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Haze/mist/fog :: Thick mist/fog/haze View Visualisation

(A) staekid mist Search Source: SND
A dense thick mist or fog.

(A) staekid stumna Search Source: SND
A dense thick mist or fog.

Brimstew/Brime/Brimma Search Source: SND
Dense, misty spray rising from a heavy surf breaking on the coast.

Dag/Dagg/Daag Search Source: SND
A thick heavy fog or mist.

Dawk/Dauk/Daugh/Dawgh/Dawch Search Source: SND
A heavy fog.

Dunk Search Source: SND
A dense mist, a fine drizzle.

Parl Search Source: SND
A thick mist, a fog.

Rok(e)/Roik/Rouk Search Source: DOST
Thick mist lying close to the surface of the land or sea.

Roup Search Source: SND
A dense mist.

Shokk a mist/Shokk of mist Search Source: SND
A thick wet mist usually occurring in the evening.

Skub Search Source: SND
A thick fog.

Smoch Search Source: SND
Thick fog.

Stumba Search Source: SND
A dense mist or fog, a thick smoke, drizzle, cloud of dust or the like.

Thickness Search Source: SND
A dense fog or sea-mist.

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