Pseudoarchaic alteration of (shoot), perhaps with reference to Old Norse .
["skeet." Online Etymology Dictionary. Douglas Harper, Historian. 01 Jun. 2013. .]
(uncountable) A form of trapshooting using clay targets to simulate birds in flight.
(countable, poker) A hand consisting of a 9, a 5, a 2, and two other cards lower than 9.
(uncountable, slang, African American Vernacular English) The ejaculation of sperm.
(nautical) A scoop with a long handle, used to wash the sides of a vessel and formerly to wet the sails or deck.
(countable, Newfoundland, slang) A loud, disruptive and poorly educated person.
To shoot or spray (used of fluids).
(African American Vernacular English) To ejaculate.
* 2004, Carson McCullers, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter [http://books.google.com/books?ie=UTF-8&hl=en&vid=ISBN0618526412&id=z_Pvxz9iRJ0C&pg=PA267&lpg=PA267&sig=xDf759LIfxpSur7qIAQk1rPrgy4]
*: ‘Aoow! You skeeted the water right in my ear. It’s busted my eardrum. I can’t even hear.’
*: ‘Gimme here. Let me skeet some.’
* 2004, Camika C Spencer, He Had It Coming [http://books.google.com/books?ie=UTF-8&hl=en&vid=ISBN0312323344&id=2YZFOCk3gFYC&pg=PA98&lpg=PA98&sig=G0hVYCNEWHkjlJ-PhFJFQQu2UkE]
*: When her left hook connected with his nose, blood skeeted out and stained her top.
(Manx) news or gossip
(Manx) to look through the front windows of somebody else's house