KJV Dictionary Definition: skip


SKIP, v.i. To leap; to bound; to spring; as a goat or lamb.

To skip over, to pass without notice; to omit.

SKIP, v.t. To pass over or by; to omit; to miss.


SKIP'PING, ppr. Leaping; bounding. Skipping notes, in music, are notes that are not in regular course, but separate.


SKIP'PINGLY, adv. by leaps.