\skˈaləp], \skˈaləp], \s_k_ˈa_l_ə_p]\
Definitions of SCALLOP
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n. [Norm. French A marine shell-fish or bivalve mollusc, often used for food-the shell being abundant on the shores of Palestine was formerly worn by pilgrims as a mark that they had been to the holy land a curving of the edge of any thing, like the segment of a circle;-a kind of dish for baking oysters in:-also scallop.