- Imperative of score.
From Old Irish scor (“act of unyoking, unharnessing; stud, herd of horses; paddock, enclosure for horses, meadow, pasture; camp, encampment; band, company, host; amount, quantity; act of desisting from, ceasing, coming to an end”), verbal noun of scuirid (“unyokes; encamps, comes to a halt; releases, sets free; stops, brings to an end, finishes; ceases, desists, comes to a halt”).
- (uncountable) Verbal noun of scoir.
- (uncountable) unyoking
- (uncountable) disconnection, separation
- (uncountable) release, dismissal
- (uncountable) discontinuance, termination
- (uncountable) retirement
- (uncountable) cessation of work
- (countable) horses at pasture; stud; (collective) horses
- (countable) pasture for horses; paddock
- (countable) camping-place, encampment
- (countable) troop; band, company
† Dialect form