transitive verb see scarf II

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  • scarph — variant of scarf * * * /skahrf/, n., v.t. Shipbuilding. scarf2 (defs. 1, 3, 4). * * * scarph «skahrf», noun, plural scarphs, verb. = scarf2. (Cf. ↑scarf) * * * scarph(e obs. forms of scarf n. and v …   Useful english dictionary

  • scarph — /skahrf/, n., v.t. Shipbuilding. scarf2 (defs. 1, 3, 4). * * * …   Universalium

  • scarf — scarph …   English homophone dictionary

  • scarphe — scarph(e obs. forms of scarf n. and v …   Useful english dictionary

  • scharf — übertrieben kritisch; hart; scharf gewürzt; rezent (schweiz.); ätzend; kaustisch; beißend; polemisch; unsachlich * * * scharf [ʃarf], schärfer, schärfste <Adj.>: 1 …   Universal-Lexikon

  • scarf — I. noun (plural scarfs) Etymology: Middle English skarf, probably from Old Norse skarfr butt end of a plank Date: 15th century 1. either of the chamfered or cutaway ends that fit together to form a scarf joint 2. an in line joint made by… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Woodworking joints — [ thumb|Pocket Hole Joinery being used to assemble a simple T Joint .] Joinery is that part of woodworking that involves joining together pieces of wood, to create furniture, structures, toys, and other items. Some wood joints employ fasteners,… …   Wikipedia

  • High German consonant shift — High German subdivides into Upper German (green) and Central German (blue), and is distinguished from Low German (yellow) and Dutch. The main isoglosses, the Benrath and Speyer lines, are marked in black. In historical linguistics, the High… …   Wikipedia

  • Scarf joint — A scarf joint (also known as a scarph joint) is a method of joining two members end to end in woodworking or metalworking. The scarf joint is used when the material being joined is not available in the length required. It is an alternative to… …   Wikipedia

  • Zweite Lautverschiebung — Als „Deutsche Lautverschiebung” oder zweite Lautverschiebung (auch: Hochdeutsche oder Althochdeutsche Lautverschiebung) wird ein regelhafter Lautwandel im Bereich des Konsonantismus verstanden, der die hochdeutschen Dialekte entstehen ließ, die… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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