I look up the definition of the word "skip" and take this from dictionary.com. What a complex word it is.
It can mean to bound or to pass by something or to flee or miss or omit. It is an amazing word.
Now I think of Skippy Peanut Butter. There is that too.
/skɪp/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunci
|1.||to move in a light, springy manner by bounding forward with alternate hops on each foot.|
|2.||to pass from one point, thing, subject, etc., to another, disregarding or omitting what intervenes: He skipped through the book quickly.|
|3.||to go away hastily and secretly; flee without notice.|
|4.||Education. to be advanced two or more classes or grades at once.|
|5.||to ricochet or bounce along a surface: The stone skipped over the lake.|
|6.||to jump lightly over: The horse skipped the fence.|
|7.||to pass over without reading, noting, acting, etc.: He skipped the bad parts.|
|8.||to miss or omit (one of a repeated series of rhythmic actions): My heart skipped a beat.|
|9.||to be absent from; avoid attendance at: to skip a school class.|
|10.||to send (a missile) ricocheting along a surface.|
|11.||Informal. to leave hastily and secretly or to flee from (a place): They skipped town.|
|12.||a skipping movement; a light jump or bounce.|
|13.||a gait marked by such jumps.|
|14.||a passing from one point or thing to another, with disregard of what intervenes: a quick skip through Europe.|
|15.||Music. a melodic interval greater than a second.|
|16.||a natural depression below the surface of a planed board.|
|17.||Informal. a person who has absconded in order to avoid paying debts or meeting other financial responsibilities.|
|18.||skip out on, Informal. to flee or abandon; desert: He skipped out on his wife and two children.|