Weather (miscellaneous) View Visualisation

Blawthir Search Source: SND
Wet weather.

Blyte Search Source: SND
A blast of bad weather, a flying shower.

Boo/Bu Search Source: SND
A spell of weather, either fine or bad.

Bost Search Source: SND
A short spell of bad weather.

Brash/Brashe/Braush Search Source: SND
A short time of wet or stormy weather.

Brattle/Brattel/Bratl/Bratli Search Source: SND
Spell of bad weather; wind with rain or sleet, mostly of short duration; a sudden, hard blast with some rain; squall of wind.

Distress Search Source: SND (supp)
Bad, stormy weather.

Draigle Search Source: SND
A wet, dirty condition.

Draik Search Source: SND
Damp, wet weather.

Illness Search Source: DOST
Badness, inclemency (of weather).

Istek-wadder Search Source: SND
Cold, variable, showery weather.

Mere Search Source: SND
Sc. usage: a pool of water lying on the surface of the soil in wet weather, and liable to evaporate in a warm spell.

Moch Search Source: SND
A warm moist atmosphere, close, misty weather.

Muind Search Source: SND
A period of time, a while, esp. a short period of stormy weather, a squall or fig. a period of good or bad temper.

Onlay Search Source: SND
Settled weather of a particular kind, gen. bad, e.g. of wind from one direction.

Ontak Search Source: SND
An attack or onset of pain, of snow, bad weather or the like.

Pusker Search Source: SND
A storm, a spell of bad weather.

Ree Search Source: SND
A period of stormy weather gen. occurring at certain seasons of the year.

Reesle Search Source: SND
A period of windy weather, esp. at harvest time. In extended usage, any spell of bad weather.

Rouse Search Source: SND
A strong wind, a spell of bad weather.

Rus Search Source: SND
A strong wind, a storm, a spell of bad weather.

Slag Search Source: SND
Damp weather, fine rain, sleet.

Smore Search Source: SND
A thick close atmosphere, which seems to stifle one, one full of smoke, swirling snow, fine drizzling rain or mist, whirling dust, etc.

Sowp Search Source: SND
Rain, wet weather.

Sowp Search Source: SND
A state of wetness.

Storm(e) Search Source: DOST
A storm; an instance or spell of stormy weather, may refer to snowfall or a spell of hard weather with snow and frost.

Storm(e) Search Source: DOST
Stormy weather or conditions.

Tift Search Source: SND
A short spell of stormy weather, exposure to bad weather.

Toomer Search Source: SND
A very wet season.

Trash Search Source: SND
A dirty miry state (of weather).

Uptak Search Source: SND
Of weather: a rising wind, storm, fresh outbreak of bad weather.

Wather-hap Search Source: SND
Weather conditions.

Weather Search Source: SND
Wet stormy weather, a spell of rain or snow with blustery winds, rain in gen.

Weather-kind Search Source: SND
Quiet hazy weather, with the appearance of rain.

Weddir Search Source: DOST
(The) weather, atmospheric conditions as regards heat, cold, wind, rain, etc., specif. qualified by a term indicating a particular sort of weather, in attrib. and predic. constructions.

Weddir/Wethir/Wathir Search Source: DOST
With indef. art. and pl.: A period or occasion of a particular sort of weather.

Weddir/Wethir/Wathir Search Source: DOST
Without qualification. Good or bad weather, esp. the atmospheric conditions suitable for travelling, sailing, etc.

Weddir/Wethir/Wathir Search Source: DOST
Bad weather, liable to cause difficulties or do damage.

Weddir/Wethir/Wathir Search Source: DOST
In collocation with wind. Esp. with reference to bad weather or conditions unfavourable to sailing.

Weddir/Wethir/Wathir Search Source: DOST
In collocations or contexts where stormy conditions are implied, windy weather, tempest, gales.

Weetness Search Source: SND
Rain, wet weather.

Weit Search Source: DOST
Wetness of weather; wet weather; rain; An instance of rain; a period or occasion of rain or wet weather. Also pl. Chiefly applied to excessive, long-lasting or violent wet weather.

Weit Search Source: DOST
Wetness, damp, moisture

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