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Snow :: Snow & weather/atmosphere :: Mass of snow View Visualisation

Brak/Brack/Brake/Braik/Breck/Brick Search Source: SND
A layer or deposit of snow.

Cavaburd/Kavaburd/Kavabord Search Source: SND
A thick fall of snow.

Clag/Clagg/Klag Search Source: SND
A lump or accumulation of clay, mud, snow, etc.

Fann Search Sources: SND SND (supp)
A drift or wreath of snow.

Fluther Search Source: SND
A flurry, a confused fluttering mass, as of snow.

Kaimed wreath Search Source: SND
A snowdrift in which the top is rounded by the wind or “combed ”over.

Ree Search Source: SND
A wreath of snow.

Rieve Search Source: SND
A bank of snow, a wreath.

Snaw Search Source: DOST
A substantial covering of snow.

Snaw-hoard/Snaw-hoord Search Source: SND
An accumulation of snow, a snow-drift.

Snaw-pattens Search Source: SND
Snow adhering in lumps to the soles of shoes.

Snaw-read Search Source: SND
A snowdrift.

Snaw-thrave Search Source: SND
A large amount of snow, a snow-drift.

Snaw-vraith Search Source: SND
A snowdrift.

Snaw-wreath(e) Search Source: SND
A snowdrift.

Snaw-wride Search Source: SND
A snowdrift.

Snaw-wrythe Search Source: SND
A snowdrift.

Snaw/Snawis Search Source: DOST
With the indef. art. and pl. A layer, covering or drift of snow.

Wreath Search Source: SND
A bank or drift of snow, a heaped-up snow-drift, prob. orig. an accumulation of swirls of snow.

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