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Scatha is a musical group.
- albums: "Respect, Protect, Reconnect", "After the Dust Settles", "Before the Dust Settles", "Birth, Life and Death", "Fuck the System"
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by Jana Riley
Mother Hel was called Scatha by the Irish and Skadi, or Skathi, by the Vikings. Wanless—Law of Impermanence. The dissolution of obstruction, a freeing-up, the breakup of blockage and constriction which is represented by the Hanged Man.
by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen
Traffic and Air Navigational Aids SCATE Stromberg-Carlson automatic test equipment scatha spacecraft charging at high(er) altitude(s) scato (Greek— excrement)— scatologic(al); scatology scat. orig. scatula originalis (Latin— original box or ...
An Irish-English Dictionary (1817)
by Edward O'Reilly
a fissure, a separation of the earth Scélujśe, scaluighe, scales, balances Scatha)n, scamhain, s. f. lightning Scarfion, scamhbhan, l's, ...
... to which is Prefixed, A Dissertation on the Origin of the Scottish Language by John Jamieson
scatha, tendicula. SET, s. 1. The particular spot in a river or frith, where stationary nets are fixed, S. “Interrogated, How many feith-sets have the Nether Don fishers on the Fraserfield side of the river ...
scatha, one who scathes or injures a foe, = OS. scatho, a foe, = OHG. scado, injurer); from the verb.] 1. Harm; injury; damage; mischief. Cryseyde, which that nevere dide hem scathe, Shal now no lenger in hire ...
A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge with a New Atlas of the World
scatha, one who scathes or injures a foe, = OS. scatho, a foe, = OHG. scado, injurer); from the verb.] 1. Harm; injury; damage; mischief. Cryseyde, which that nevere dide hem scathe, Shal now no lenger in hire blisse bathe. Chaucer ...
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1914)
by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith
scatha, one who scathes or injures a foe, = OS. scatho, a foe, = OHG. scado, mjurer) ; from the verb.] 1. Harm; injury; damage; mischief. Cryaeyde, which that nevere dide hem scathe, Shal now no lenger in hire bltBse bathe. Chaucer ...
The Century Dictionary (1891)
An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney
scatha, swathe), K swathu, a bandage; ...
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The value of this 6-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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