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Numerology information Skell:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Definition funny of Skell:
Any lowlife drug addict on welfare. Can usually be found in shit neighborhoods drinking beer all fucking day. Identified by missing teeth, bad skin, being crack-thin (like a skeleton, hence the word: skell), and stinking of booze.
Man, this fuckin' skell asked me for a cigarette. Ugh, he wouldn't stop talkin' to me.
ADJECTIVE: This word describes a lowlife, non-bill paying possibly crack or heroin addicted being. It is a word largely used by all New York City members of public service when refering to a perp or dirtbag.
1. Put gloves on, that guys a skell. 2. You can get heppatitis just by LOOKING at that skell. 3. Stop skelling out, that job is in your area.(E.M.S. related).
no good cheap, scumbags. usually dwelling amonst the boston region of new england. they are also known for being skinny, dirty, and cheap, no good, Youkillis-goatee-wearing mother fuckers
look at that filthy skell grubbing money for drugs outside of that irish pub on Commonwealth avenue, wearing his dirty number 20 boston jersey.
A jobless, worthless, drug using, wellfare ridden scumbag, usually found in New Britain, Ct.
Songs about Skell:
Coldness (feat. Evil G, Skells, Bony, Odyssey & Ben 40) [Explicit] by Arnold Nathan Tz from the Album A.n.T.Artica [Explicit]
Don't Call (feat. Bugutta, Trelvato & Skell Jack) by Mr. Don Giovanni from the Album Caszual Affairz
She Ain't Japanese (feat. Skell Jack & 360) [Explicit] by Mr. Don Giovanni from the Album Caszual Affairz
Skell Hell by Apoteket Apan from the Album Det Är Något Med Den Där Ödsligheten.
Skells by Necroveck from the Album Depths of Skell [Explicit]
Theme From Sparehead - L. Skell Mix by Calle Debauche from the Album Potemkin Carnival
Books about Skell:
Skells (Midtown Blue Series, Book 3) by F. P. Lione (Jun 1, 2006)
The Question, No. 25, Feb. 1989, Skells by Dennis O'Neil and Denys Cowan (1989)
Question numero 25: Skells by Varios (1980)
le livre de Skell t.1 by Servain
Le Livre de Skell - Chant 2
The printed maps in the atlases of Great Britain and Ireland - a Bibliography, 1579-1870 / with an introduction... by Thomas Chubb (1974)
Wiki information Skell:
Skell, as a stereotypical or archetypal designation, refers to a person who is homeless, vagrant or derelict. It is often used to connote such a person who is habitually engaged in small-time criminal activity, especially by one working as a con...
Skellefteå is a city and the seat of Skellefteå Municipality in Västerbotten County, Sweden, with 32,775 inhabitants in 2010. The city is a historically industrial city with mining being a large industry, especially for gold – hence the nickname...