Definitions for scroll
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word scroll.
coil, whorl, roll, curl, curlicue, ringlet, gyre, scrollnoun
a round shape formed by a series of concentric circles (as formed by leaves or flower petals)
a document that can be rolled up (as for storage)
move through text or graphics in order to display parts that do not fit on the screen
"Scroll down to see the entire text"
A roll of paper or parchment; a writing formed into a roll; a schedule; a list.
An ornament formed of undulations giving off spirals or sprays, usually suggestive of plant form. Roman architectural ornament is largely of some scroll pattern.
A mark or flourish added to a person's signature, intended to represent a seal, and in some States allowed as a substitute for a seal. [U.S.] Alexander Mansfield Burrill.
Scroll-shaped end of a violin.
a skew surface.
To change one's view of data on a computer's display, typically using a scroll bar or a scroll wheel.
She scrolled the offending image out of view.
To move in or out of view horizontally or vertically.
The rising credits slowly scrolled off the screen.
Etymology: A diminutive of scroue, scrowe, scroa scroll, probably of Teutonic origin.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
A writing wrapped up.
Etymology: Supposed by John Minsheu to be corrupted from roll; by Stephen Skinner derived from escrouelle, a shrimp given by the heralds: whence parchment, wrapped up into a resembling form, has the same name. It may be observed, that a gaoler's list of prisoners is escrou.
His chamber all was hanged about with rolls,
And old records from ancient times deriv’d;
Some made in books, some in long parchment scrolls,
That were all worm-eaten, and full of canker holes. Edmund Spenser.
Accept this scroll,
Which, in right of Richard Plantagenet,
We do exhibit to your majesty. William Shakespeare, H. VI.
See’st thou this letter, take it up,
And give the king this fatal plotted scroll. William Shakespeare, Tit. Andr.
We’ll add a royal number to the dead,
Gracing the scroll, that tells of this war’s loss,
With slaughter coupled to the name of kings. William Shakespeare.
Here is the scroll of every man’s name, which is thought fit through all Athens to play in our interlude. William Shakespeare.
A Numidian priest, bellowing out certain superstitious charms, cast divers scrolls of paper on each side the way, wherein he cursed and banned the Christians. Richard Knolles.
He drew forth a scroll of parchment, and delivered it to our foremost man. Francis Bacon.
Such follow him, as shall be register’d;
Part good, part bad: of bad the longer scroll. John Milton.
With this epistolary scroll,
Receive the partner of my inmost soul. Matthew Prior.
Yet if he wills, may change or spoil the whole;
May take yon’ beauteous, mystick, starry roll,
And burn it, like an useless parchment scroll. Matthew Prior.
a roll of paper or parchment; a writing formed into a roll; a schedule; a list
an ornament formed of undulations giving off spirals or sprays, usually suggestive of plant form. Roman architectural ornament is largely of some scroll pattern
a mark or flourish added to a person's signature, intended to represent a seal, and in some States allowed as a substitute for a seal
same as Skew surface. See under Skew
Etymology: [A dim. of OE. scroue, scrowe (whence E. escrow), OF. escroe, escroue, F. crou entry in the jail book, LL. scroa scroll, probably of Teutonic origin; cf. OD. schroode a strip, shred, slip of paper, akin to E. shred. Cf. Shred, Escrow.]
A scroll is a roll of papyrus, parchment, or paper which has been written, drawn or painted upon for the purpose of transmitting information or using as a decoration.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
skrōl, n. a roll of paper or parchment: a writing in the form of a roll: a rough draft of anything: a schedule: a flourish added to a person's signature as a substitute for a seal: in hydraulics, a spiral water-way placed round a turbine to regulate the flow of water: (anat.) a turbinate bone: (archit.) a spiral ornament, the volute of the Ionic and Corinthian capitals.—v.t. to draft: to write in rough outline.—adj. Scrolled, formed into a scroll: ornamented with scrolls.—ns. Scroll′-head, an ornamental piece at the bow of a vessel; Scroll′-wheel, a cog-wheel in the form of a scroll; Scroll′-work, ornamental work of scroll-like character. [O. Fr. escroue, acc. to Skeat from Old Dut. schroode, a shred.]
The numerical value of scroll in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of scroll in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
It matters not how strait the gate, How charged with punishments the scroll, I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul.
Warro! Wait a minute. Doe scroll down! i’ve got summat important to tell yow. Now I know some days are ’ard and I know it doe always go your road, believe yow me. But it’s OK to be sad and it’s OK to cry. That’s what makes us all ’uman. Breathe, relax and tek it one day at a time. It’ll be OK in the end. And if it ay well it ay the end is it?
Obviously that's the first thing that came up on my Facebook when I had a scroll, tennis Australia officials're just trying to do Tennis Australia officials own thing. Tennis Australia officials've got the tie, which I tried to focus on.
If you want to shop on Instagram, it's a lot of work, you have to scroll through Feeds, hop from profile to profile.
Oh, it's fun... it's so much fun, like I tell my friends and parents that they don't have to scroll down to see my name on the website any more. They can see me right on top of the first page.
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- skrolovat, svitekCzech
- Schriftrolle, SchneckeGerman
- voluta, rollo, desplazarseSpanish
- käärö, vierittääFinnish
- volute, faire défiler, coquille, volumen, rôleFrench
- 掛物, 巻物, スクロール, 掛け軸Japanese
- SchrëftrulleLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- boekrol, scrollen, krulDutch
- zwój, przewijać, scrollować, zwitekPolish
- rolo, pergaminhoPortuguese
- свитак, svitakSerbo-Croatian
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