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Snow View Visualisation

Katty-clean-doors Search Source: SND
A child's name for snow.

Smirr Search Source: SND
A fine rain, drizzle, occas. also of sleet or snow.

Snaw Search Sources: SND SND (supp)
Sc. forms and usages of Eng. snow.

Snaw Search Source: DOST
Snow, the substance, viewed either as falling flakes, or as the layer of these formed on the ground, etc.

Snaw/Snawis Search Source: DOST
With the indef. art. and pl. An instance of snow.

Snow-smoor Search Source: SND
Suffocation by snow.

Snuee Search Source: SND
In Sh. taboo usage: snow.

Storm(e) Search Source: DOST
A quantity of rain or snow resulting from a storm.

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