Skelton
biographical name John circa 1460-1529 English poet • Skeltonic adjective

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  • Skelton — may refer to:Places;United Kingdom *Skelton, Cumbria, England, location of the Skelton transmitter site *Skelton, East Riding of Yorkshire, England *Skelton, North Yorkshire, England *Skelton on Ure, North Yorkshire, England *Skelton, York,… …   Wikipedia

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  • Skelton — Skelton, John * * * (as used in expressions) Skelton, John Skelton, Red Richard Bernard Skelton …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Skelton —   [skeltn], John, englischer Dichter, * Diss (bei Norwich) um 1460, ✝ Westminster (heute zu London) 21. 6. 1529; Geistlicher, war Erzieher des späteren Königs Heinrich VIII. Skelton schrieb Verssatiren (»The bowge of courte«, entstanden um 1498,… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Skelton — [skelt′ n] John 1460? 1529; Eng. poet …   English World dictionary

  • Skelton — This interesting surname is a Northern English locational surname, recorded in the spellings of Skelton and Skilton. It is derived from the names of villages situated in Cumberland and Yorkshire. The village and subsequent surname translates from …   Surnames reference

  • Skelton — /skel tn/, n. 1. John, c1460 1529, English poet. 2. Richard Bernard ( Red ), 1913 97, U.S. actor and comedian. * * * (as used in expressions) Skelton John Skelton Red Richard Bernard Skelton * * * …   Universalium

  • Skelton — 1 Original name in latin Skelton Name in other language State code GB Continent/City Europe/London longitude 54 latitude 1.13333 altitude 19 Population 0 Date 2011 07 31 2 Original name in latin Skelton Name in other language Skelton State code… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Skelton — /skel tn/, n. 1. John, c1460 1529, English poet. 2. Richard Bernard ( Red ), 1913 97, U.S. actor and comedian. * * * skelton obs. form of skeleton …   Useful english dictionary

  • Skelton — Skel•ton [[t]ˈskɛl tn[/t]] n. big John, c1460–1529, English poet …   From formal English to slang

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