Definition of Snath

1. n. The handle of a scythe; a snead.



Definition of Snath

1. Noun. The shaft of a scythe. ¹

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Definition of Snath

1. the handle of a scythe [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snath

snatch up
snatch victory from the jaws of defeat
snatchable
snatched
snatched the pebble
snatcher
snatchers
snatches
snatchier
snatchiest
snatching
snatchingly
snatchings
snatcht
snatchy
snath (current term)
snathe
snathes
snaths
snattock
snattocks
snavel
snaw
snawed
snawing
snaws
snazz up
snazzier
snazziest

Literary usage of Snath

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1. Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers edited by Sholto Percy, Perry Fairfax Nursey (1857)
"In the first place the blade may be set at any required angle with the ground; is the snath ; B, B, are the handles mounted thereon ; C,is the blade, ..."

2. Palmer's Index to "The Times" NewspaperTimes (London, England) (1901)
"... with, 29 i* 10 а Х- Leiter on, 10 а 6 е War in snath Africa (continued). - Portland Hospital. ..."

3. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1858)
"When the mower goes for a scythe and snath, if he has any scythe philosophy in his head, he goes to the loft with hammer and wrench, and commences measuring ..."

4. The Lancashire Lieutenancy Under the Tudors and Stuarts: The Civil and by John Harland (1859)
"... snath Sep: 22 [1642].14 No. 61. — 26th Sept. 164.2. SIEGE OF MANCHESTER. —HELP AND MATCH WANTED. Richard Holland and others to Richard Shuttleworth and ..."

5. The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value and by John Proffatt, Abraham Clark Freeman (1887)
"snath, 3 Whart, 620, 629; Traf F. Ins. Co. v. Carpenter, 4 Wie. 20. Тик PRINCIPAL CASK la CITED in ..."

6. The Mechanics' Magazine (1857)
"In the first place the blade may he set at any required angle with the ground; secondly, the position of the blade, with respect to the handle or snath, ..."

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