Origin: LME sculyon < OFr escouillon, mop, cloth < escouve, broom < L scopa, broom, lit., twig, akin to scapus: see shaft
See scullion in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English sculyon
Origin: , probably from Old French escouvillon, dishcloth
Origin: , diminutive of escouve, broom
Origin: , from Latin scōpa, branches, broom.