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Snow :: Snow & weather/atmosphere :: Fall/shower of snow/sleet :: Heavy fall of snow/sleet; snowstorm/blizzard View Visualisation

Blash/Blashac Search Source: SND
A heavy or drenching shower of rain, sleet, etc.

Blin blawn Search Source: SND
A snowstorm with thick drift.

Bluffert/Bliffert/Bliffart/Bleffert Search Source: SND
A sudden and violent fall of snow, but not of long continuance.

Doon-come/Doun-come/Down-come Search Source: SND
A heavy fall of snow or rain.

Doonlay Search Source: SND
A heavy snowfall.

Doun-ding Search Source: SND
A heavy fall of rain or of snow.

Driffle Search Source: SND
A slight shower of rain or snow.

Hog-reek Search Source: SND
Blinding and choking snow drifts driven by a gale.

Kaav(ie) Search Source: SND
A heavy fall of snow, a blizzard.

Meal-moorin Search Source: SND
A blizzard, a dense storm of fine drifting snow.

Mell-moorin Search Source: SND
A blizzard, a dense storm of fine drifting snow.

Moor Search Source: SND
A dense fall of fine powdery snow liable to pile up into drifts.

Moorie-blinnd Search Source: SND
A blinding snowstorm.

Moorin/Moarin/Murin Search Source: SND
A dense snowfall.

Moorkavie/Moorawav Search Source: SND
A blinding snowstorm (moorkavie, mu(i)r(i)-, mur(r)a-, moora-, moorie-, morra-, -ka(a)vi(e), -kaavy, -kauvie, -kav(a), -kafa, -kafe, -ca(a)v(ie), -cavey, -kovi).

Murg Search Source: SND
A heavy fall of snow.

Nizzer Search Source: SND
A head-on blizzard, adverse weather conditions.

Oncome Search Source: SND
A heavy fall of rain or snow.

Onding Search Source: SND
A heavy, continuous fall of rain or snow, a downpour.

Onfa Search Source: SND
A heavy fall of rain or snow.

Onlay Search Source: SND
A heavy fall of snow or rain.

Outpour Search Source: SND
A heavy fall of rain, sleet, or snow.

Rowster Search Source: SND
Agent n. rowster, a tempest, blizzard.

Smore thow Search Source: SND
Heavy snow accompanied by a strong wind.

Smuik Search Source: SND
Fine, dense, blinding snow.

Snaw Search Source: DOST
With def. art.: A snowstorm, a period of snowfall.

Snaw kaavi Search Source: SND (supp)
A snowstorm.

Stour Search Source: SND
A storm, a tempest, wild weather; a blizzard, storm of snow.

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