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Snow :: Type of snow :: Snow/slush/sleet View Visualisation

Broo/Snaw-broo/Snow-broo Search Source: SND
Liquid or moisture of any kind, esp. snaw-broo, snow-; half [or wholly] -melted snow.

Flup Search Source: SND
Sleet.

Flush Search Source: SND
Slush, a mixture of snow and water on the ground after a thaw.

Glush Search Source: SND
Anything in a state of or resembling pulp, esp. mud or snow beginning to melt.

Glutter(s) Search Source: SND
By extension: mire, mud, slush.

Goor/Gure Search Source: SND
Slush, half-melted snow, used only of the broken ice and soft snow on running water.

Gorge Search Source: SND
Watery snow, esp. in a river.

Gr(o)und-gru Search Source: SND
Half-liquid snow or ice formed in early spring floating on the surface of a river and commonly thought to have risen from the river bed; a thin coating of newly-formed ice on water.

Grudge Search Source: SND
Watery snow, as in a pitcher, brook, etc.; also, softened ice.

Grue/Groo/Grue/Gruse Search Source: SND
Half-liquid snow or ice formed in early spring floating on the surface of a river and commonly thought to have risen from the river bed.

Japple Search Source: SND
Slush, mire, a liquid mess.

Lapper/Lopper Search Source: SND
Snow in the act of melting, soft, slushy snow.

Lying-storm Search Source: SND
A fall of snow which does not melt away quickly but lies long on the ground.

Slag Search Source: SND
Damp weather, fine rain, sleet.

Sleek Search Source: SND
An altered form of sleet.

Sleesh Search Source: SND
A local variant of slush, melted snow.

Slepper Search Source: SND
A mire of melting snow, slush.

Slete/Sleit Search Source: DOST
Sleet.

Slibber Search Source: SND
That which causes slipperiness, slush, melting snow or the like.

Slubber Search Source: SND
Slush, half-melted snow.

Slupper Search Source: SND
Any wet mess, esp. slush, half-melted snow.

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

Smush Search Source: SND
Also fig.; semi-liquid snow, slush.

Snaw-bree Search Source: SND
Melted snow or ice, freq. that carried down in rivers, slush.

Snaw-broo/Snaw-bru(e)/Snaw-brui/Snaw-broe/Snaw-bray Search Source: SND
Melted snow or ice, freq. that carried down in rivers, slush.

Sneet Search Source: SND
Sleet.

Snifter Search Source: SND
A strong blast, gust, flurry, as of driving wind, rain, sleet, etc., esp. thought of as buffeting the face.

Spleiter Search Source: SND
Slush.

Stock-storm Search Source: SND
Stock-storm, snow which lies unmelted on the ground for an unduly long time, looked on as a sign of more to come, a feeding-storm.

Storm Search Source: SND
Fallen snow, esp. when lying in some quantity for a prolonged period, freq. in combs. feeding-storm, lying storm, stock-storm.

Tinda Search Source: SND
Fleecy, wet snow.

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