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Snow :: Snow & weather/atmosphere :: Snow driven by wind/movement of snow View Visualisation

Blin'-drift Search Source: SND
Drifting snow.

Cavaburd/Kavaburd/Kavabord Search Source: SND
Snow drifted violently by the wind.

Drift Search Source: SND
Falling snow driven by the wind.

Drift Search Source: DOST
Driving snow.

Erd(d)rift Search Source: SND
Snow or hail driven violently from off the earth, opposed to Yowden-drift which signifies snow or hail blown directly and forcibly from the heavens.

Ewin-drift Search Source: DOST
Snow raised, and driven by the wind.

Fuddum Search Source: SND
Intermittent snow-drift.

Hurl Search Source: SND
An impetuous forward surge, a downward rush, e.g. of a mass of falling material, such as snow or crumbling masonry.

Smore-drift Search Source: SND
Dense drifting snow.

Smore-thow Search Source: SND
Dense drifting snow.

Snaw-drift/Snow-drift Search Source: DOST
The drifting of snow.

Snaw-powther Search Source: SND
Fine driving snow.

Snaw-stour Search Source: SND
Fine, whirling snow.

Spindrift Search Source: SND
Snow blown up from the ground in swirls by gusts of wind, driving snow.

St(e)yfe eyne Search Source: SND
Dense drifting snow.

Swirl Search Source: SND
A whirling movement of water, an eddy, vortex, whirlpool, also transf. of wind, smoke, driving snow, etc., a spinning round

Swither Search Source: SND
Rushing movement, a swirl, a flurry (of rain or snow).

Yertdrift Search Source: SND
Drifting snow, snow-shower accompanied by a high wind that causes the snow to drift.

Yird-drift/Yird-driftin Search Source: SND
Snow blown from the surface of the ground, drifting snow.

Yowdendrift Search Source: SND
Snowdrift, snow or hail blown directly and forcibly from the heavens.

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