Meaning of scrimmish in English:

scrimmish

Pronunciation /ˈskrɪmɪʃ/

noun

(also skrimish)
  • A bout of unplanned fighting, especially between small groups of soldiers from opposing armies; a minor battle; = "skirmish". Later frequently in extended use: a hostile encounter between opponents; a conflict; compare "skirmish". In later use chiefly US.

Origin

Early 16th century (in an earlier sense). Apparently a variant (with metathesis) of skirmish.