Snow/begin to snow :: Snow densely/heavily View Visualisation
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Ding Source: SND
To descend with great force, to fall heavily and continuously (gen. applied to rain, hail, snow, etc.). Freq. with on, doun.
Kaav(ie) Source: SND
Of snow: to fall heavily and in drifts.
Lay on Source: SND
Used impers. of rain or snow: to fall heavily.
Moor Source: SND
Of snow: to fall densely, to pile up into drifts.
Moorkavie Source: SND
To snow densely.
Onding Source: SND
To rain or snow heavily.
Smore Source: SND
Of snow, smoke, etc.: to fall or come out in a dense stifling cloud.
Smuik Source: SND
Of snow: to fall thickly as drift .
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