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Snow/begin to snow :: Snow/sleet lightly View Visualisation

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Bled Search Source: SND
To snow slightly.

Driffle Search Source: SND
To drizzle, to rain or snow slightly.

Eesk/Esk Search Source: SND
To sleet.

Feuchter Search Source: SND (supp)
Of snow: to fall lightly, to come down in odd flakes.

Neester Search Source: SND
To drizzle, rain or snow slightly.

Neist Search Source: SND
To drizzle, rain or snow slightly.

Peuch Search Source: SND
Of rain, snow, or the like: to fall lightly and spasmodically, to drizzle or drift down by fits and starts.

Pewl Search Source: SND
Of snow, rain, etc.: to fall thinly and feebly, to drift down in small amounts and with frequent intermissions, to drizzle, spit.

Scowder Search Source: SND
To rain or snow slightly, drizzle.

Skiff Search Source: SND
To rain or snow very slightly.

Skiffter Search Source: SND
To rain, snow or hail gently.

Skift Search Source: SND
To move lightly, skim, scud, skip, spec. of rain or snow falling.

Skimmer Search Source: SND
To fall in a very light drizzling shower, specif. of snow.

Slag Search Source: SND
To rain thinly, to sleet.

Smirr Search Source: SND
Of rain (or snow): to fall gently and softly in fine clouds, to drizzle.

Smucht Search Source: SND
Of rain, snow, or the like: to fall in a fine mist, to drizzle down persistently.

Sneesl Search Source: SND
To rain, hail, or snow very slightly.

Spitter Search Source: SND
Of rain or snow: to drizzle, fall in small drops or flakes.

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