Meaning of scrip-scrap in English:

scrip-scrap

Pronunciation /ˈskrɪpskrap/

noun

rare
  • As a mass noun or in plural: miscellaneous pieces of writing; scraps of paper; (later also more generally) bits and pieces, odds and ends. Also occasionally as a singular count noun: a scrap, a piece.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in John Norris (1657–1712), Church of England clergyman and philosopher. Probably a reduplication (with vowel variation) of scrip, after scrap.