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Snow :: Snow & weather/atmosphere :: Fall/shower of snow/sleet :: Slight fall of snow/sleet View Visualisation

Feevl Search Source: SND
Light fall or thin covering of snow.

Feuchter Search Source: SND
A slight fall of snow.

Flaffin(g) Search Source: SND
A thin fall of snow.

Flindrikin Search Source: SND
Of a slight snow-shower.

Fyag Search Source: SND
A slight or fine shower of rain or snow, a drizzle.

Greyness Search Source: SND
A light sparse snowfall.

Peuchling o' snaw Search Source: SND
A scattering, a light fall or continual drizzling of snow.

Scowtherum Search Source: SND
A slight shower.

Shimmer Search Source: SND
A light shower of snow.

Skarrach Search Source: SND
A light fall of snow.

Skiff Search Source: SND
A slight or flying shower of rain or snow, a drizzle, a fleeting patch of wet mist.

Skiffer Search Source: SND
A slight fall of snow.

Skiffie Search Source: SND
A slight or flying shower of rain or snow, a drizzle, a fleeting patch of wet mist.

Skiffin Search Source: SND
A slight fall of snow.

Skift Search Source: SND
A light passing shower of rain or snow.

Skifter Search Source: SND
A light passing shower of rain or snow.

Skiftie Search Source: SND
A light passing shower of rain or snow.

Skiftin Search Source: SND
A light fall or sprinkling of snow.

Skirlin(ie) Search Source: SND
A slight shower or fall of snow accompanied by high wind.

Skirmish Search Source: SND
A slight drifting snowfall, a flurry of snow.

Sneeslin Search Source: SND
A slight shower, drizzle.

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

Waffle Search Source: SND
A slight fall or flurry of snow.

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