Skip - (Webster's 1828 Dictionary)
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, n. A leap; a bound; a spring.
SKIP'-JACK, n. An upstart.
SKIP'-KENNEL, n. A lackey; a footboy.