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Oxford dictionary definition of the word scull:
each of a pair of small oars used by a single rower.
an oar placed over the stern of a boat to propel it by a side to side motion, reversing the blade at each turn.
a light, narrow boat propelled with a scull or a pair of sculls:
their current training programme involves two outings a day at the weekend in their single sculls
(sculls) a race between boats in which each participant uses a pair of oars:
he competed for the cross-country team and later concentrated on single sculls
propel a boat with sculls:
he built boats and taught the gentlemen how to scull
[with object and adverbial of direction] transport (someone) in a boat propelled with sculls:
she had to be sculled through the floods
[no object, with adverbial of direction] (of an aquatic animal) propel itself with fins or flippers:
the limbs were modified into efficient paddles, perfectly adapted for sculling through the water
Middle English: of unknown origin