Definition of Snathe. Meaning of Snathe. Synonyms of Snathe

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Definition of Snathe

snathe
Snatch Snatch, n. [Cf. AS. sn[=i]?an to cut, to mow, sn?d a bite, bit snip.] The handle of a scythe; a snead. [Variously written in England snead, sneed, sneath, sneeth, snathe, etc.; in Scotland written sned.]
Snathe
Snathe Snathe, v. t. [Cf. Icel. snei?a to cut into alices, sn[=i]?a to cut; akin to AS. besn?dan, sn[=i]?an, G. schneiden, OHG. sn[=i]dan, Goth. snei?an to cut, to reap, and E. snath, snithe.] To lop; to prune. [Prov. Eng.]

Meaning of Snathe from wikipedia

- consists of a shaft about 170 centimetres (67 in) long called a snaith, snath, snathe or sned, traditionally made of wood but now sometimes metal. Simple snaiths...
- has an additional arrangement of fingers attached to the snaith (snath or snathe) to catch the cut grain so that it can be cleanly laid down in a row with...
- Charlemont's industrial base was limited to several sawmills, two scythe snathes (handles) shops and a chair making operation. With the opening and success...
- Colonel Snathe, whose quest for the "Worldbane", a source of incredible power, has driven him insane. As the Doctor attempts to help Snathe find the...
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