Definition of Snaw. Meaning of Snaw. Synonyms of Snaw

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Definition of Snaw

Snaw Snaw (sn[add]), n. Snow. [Obs. or Scot.] --Burns.

Meaning of Snaw from wikipedia

- not to be confused with brig. in sailing, a snow, snaw or snauw is a square rigged vessel with two masts, complemented by a snow- or trysail-mast stepped
- the nanoose first nation, also styled as the snaw-na-was first nation, is a first nations government located on southern vancouver island in southwestern
- erratics and moraines. the english name 'snowdon' comes from the old english snaw dun, meaning 'snow hill', as snowdon often has a covering of snow. although
- great neighbourhoods petit champlain, quebec, qc the hydrostone, halifax, ns snaw-naw-as (nanoose first nation), lantzville, bc great public spaces the forks
- for bonnie annie laurie i'd lay me down and dee. her brow is like the snaw-drift, her neck is like the swan, her face it is the fairest, that 'er
- other halkomelem-speakers in the area were also considered cowichan; the snaw-na-**** (nanoose bay) and sneneymux (nanaimo) peoples were hulquminum speakers
- (all), cauld (cold), braw (brave, handsome, fine, splendid), faw (fall) and snaw (snow), often written aa, caal(d), braa, faa and snaa in dialect writing
- thy bounties great, for meat and hame and gear, we thank thee, lord, for snaw and ice, but still we ask for mair. gi’e us a hert to dae whit’s richt, like