Snow :: Snow & weather/atmosphere :: Thin layer/sprinkling of snow View Visualisation
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Feevl Source: SND
Light fall or thin covering of snow.
Fyole Source: SND
A slight covering of snow.
Fyoonach Source: SND (supp)
A sprinkling [of snow], as much as just whitens the ground.
Glaister/Glister Source: SND
A sprinkling, a thin covering, of snow or ice.
Pewlin Source: SND
A light covering or blanket of snow.
Scowder Source: SND
A sprinkling of snow.
Scowtherin Source: SND
A sprinkling of newly-fallen snow.
Scruif Source: SND
A thin layer on the surface of anything, a film, crust, rind, hardened surface soil, moss, etc. e.g. crust on bread, snuff of a candle, of snow or ice.
Siftin Source: SND
A sprinkling or light scatter (of snow).
Skimmer Source: SND
A light sprinkling of a fine powdery substance over a surface, specif. of snow or rain.
Skimmerin Source: SND
A light sprinkling (of snow).
Skinger Source: SND
A thin layer or spread of some substance, as butter, lime, clothing, manure, meal, snow.
Skirvin Source: SND
A thin covering of soil, snow or the like.
Snaw-grima Source: SND
A sprinkling of snow with occasional patches of bare earth.
Strinklin/Strinklen Source: SND
A sprinkling, a small quantity of some liquid or granulated substance, e.g. of snow.
Stroal Source: SND
A slight covering or sprinkling as of salt or snow.
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