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Snow :: Type of snow :: Thaw View Visualisation

Cum/Come Search Source: SND
A thaw.

Dirty thow Search Source: SND
A thaw brought on by rain.

Dry thow Search Source: SND
A thaw after a high wind.

Fresh Search Source: SND
A period of open weather, a breaking of a spell of frost, a thaw.

Freshening Search Source: SND (supp)
Sc. usage in vbl.n. freshening: a thaw.

Glotten Search Source: SND
A partial thaw, in consequence of which the water begins to appear on the ice.

Gnaw Search Source: SND
A slight, partial thaw.

Hielan thaw Search Source: SND
A rapid but incomplete thaw followed by a renewed snowstorm.

Ice-lousan Search Source: SND
A thaw.

Ice-lowsing Search Source: SND
A thaw.

Saft Search Source: SND
A thaw; rain, moisture.

Sea-hack Search Source: SND
A temporary thaw during frost caused by warmer air coming from the sea during the rising tide.

Slag-day Search Source: SND
Wet, moist, soft under foot, as of ice in a thaw; of hail or snow. Hence comb. slag-day, see QUOT: The land, or ice after a thaw, is said to be slaggie. A slag-day with curlers, is a day on which the ice is thawing.

Snawbrack Search Source: SND
A thaw.

Sour thaw Search Source: SND
Sour thaw, QUOT: A sour thaw, when the air temperature is only a degree or two above freezing. The top soil may become thawed and sticky, but that is as far as it goes.

Thow Search Source: DOST
A thaw.

Thow Search Source: SND
As in Eng., lit. and fig., a state of thaw, melting snow or ice, slush.

Thow wind Search Source: SND
A wind bringing a thaw.

Thowing Search Source: DOST
Thawing, melting.

Tow lowsin Search Source: SND
A quick or violent thaw.

Tow-lowsin/Thaw-lowsin Search Source: SND
A thaw.

Unbrak Search Source: SND
The beginning (of a thaw).

Uplowsin Search Source: SND
A thaw.

Upslaag Search Source: SND
A change in weather, esp. from hard frost to milder conditions, a thaw, gen. associated with rain and a south wind.

Uptak Search Source: SND
A sudden thaw.

Weet thaw Search Source: SND
A normal thaw unaccompanied by wind or rain.

Weet thow Search Source: SND
A thaw accompanied by rain.

Yield Search Source: SND
A partial thaw, a relaxing of hard frost.

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