Scissor
Scissor Scis"sor, v. t. To cut with scissors or shears; to prepare with the aid of scissors. --Massinger. [1913 Webster]

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  • SCISSOR — servus erat apud Romanos, decorô manuum gestu cibos scindendi praeministrandique in conviviis Artem edoctus. Postquam enim Structor mensam instruxislet et proprium convenientemque cibum apposuisset, aderat Scissor, qui eum perite divideret et… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Scissor — steht für: den Scissor Mode, einen Render Modus, der bei Multi GPU Verfahren eingesetzt wird, Scissor (Gladiator), einen römischen Gladiator Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demselben Wo …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Scissor — (röm. Ant.), Sklav, welcher bei Tische die Speisen tranchirte …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Scissor —    • Scissor,          назывался раб, обязанностью которого было разрезать за обедом и на пирах мясо, равно как и carptor, Кравчий, и Diribitor. Petron. sat. 36 …   Реальный словарь классических древностей

  • scissor — (v.) 1610s, “to cut with scissors; 1960s with reference to leg motions (in the wrestling sense it is attested from 1968); see SCISSORS (Cf. scissors) …   Etymology dictionary

  • scissor — [siz′ər] vt. [< SCISSORS] to cut, cut off, or cut out with scissors n. SCISSORS, esp. in attributive use …   English World dictionary

  • Scissor — Le scissor est un gladiateur lourd, « celui qui tranche ou qui taille ». Armatura rare qui apparaît dès le Ier siècle. Le scissor est un parfait opposant pour le rétiaire. Il s agit d une évolution du secutor. Sommaire 1 Armement 2 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • scissor — 1. noun a) One blade on a pair of scissors. b) (Noun Adjunct) Used in certain noun phrases to denote a thing resembling the action of scissors, as scissor kick, scissor hold (wrestling), scissor jack. 2. verb …   Wiktionary

  • scissor — adj. Scissor is used with these nouns: ↑kick …   Collocations dictionary

  • scissor — I. noun Date: 15th century scissors II. transitive verb (scissored; scissoring) Date: 1612 to cut, cut up, or cut off with scissors or shears < scissored the paper into strips > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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