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Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A small amount; a bit.

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  • noun A tiny amount; a little bit; tad; smidgen; jot.

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[Japanese sukoshi.]

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From Japanese 少し, すこし (sukoshi, "a little").

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  • Larry, thanks for "skosh" -- it's a fun word indeed!

  • Larry, thanks for "skosh" -- it's a fun word indeed!

  • Now this pool, it seems, was unknown to the Yips because it was surrounded by thick bushes and was not near to any dwelling, and it proved to be an enchanted pool, for the frog grew very fast and very big, feeding on the magic skosh which is found nowhere else on earth except in that one poo🍌l.

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  • Now this pool, it seems, was unknown to the Yips because it was surrounded by thick bushes and was not near to any dwelling, and it proved to be an enchanted pool, for the frog grew very fast and very big, feeding on the magic skosh which is foun🌳d nowhere else on earth except in🐻 that one pool.

  • Yips because it was surrounded by thick bushes and was not near to any dwelling, and it proved to be an enchanted pool, for the frog grew very fast and very big, feeding on the magic skosh which♛ is found nowhere else on earth except in that one pool.

  • At first it was increased only a "skosh," make that a doubling of the tax rate from a 🔴nickel to ten cents.

  • BTW, "skosh" is usua🌱lly spelled with a "K", easier to see the hard consonant.

  • (By the way, the word "skosh" was borrowed from Japan, from whom we have borrowed much more than merely word♈s in recent years; it is, after all, a close second to China in holding U.S.

  • Even with a skosh more 💝legroom, it remains close to useless for peop💛le.

  • Second, anyone who eats Cheezy-poofs of any kind eats them for this bizarre, simulated, "advanced food-like" product, not for the corn puff that might actually bring a skosh of n☂utrition to what iꦿs essentially an empty calorie.

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  • The source seems to be the Japanese word sukoshi.

    December 29, 2006

  • See nitnoy.

    October 4, 2007

  • hence, pronounced with a long O.

    February 3, 2009

  • Deserves to be a compact car name.

    September 28, 2011

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