1. A blow; a smart stroke.
2. (Scotland) A squall; a heavy fall of rain.
3. A narrow strip of rolled or forged metal, ready to be bent and welded to form a pipe.
1. (transitive, Scotland, Northern England) To beat or slap.
2. (transitive) To form (a plate or bar of metal, etc.) into a skelp.
3. (transitive) To bend round (a skelp) in tube-making.