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SCULL, noun

1. The brain pan.

2. A boat; a cock boat.

3. One who scull a boat. But properly.

4. A short oar, whose loom is only equal in length to half the breadth of the boat to be rowed, so that one man can manage two, one on each side.

5. A shoal or multitude of fish.

SCULL, verb transitive To impel a boat by moving and turning an oar over the stern.