snath

Snath - What does it mean?

snath | |

Snath vs Scath - What's the difference?

snath | scath |


As nouns the difference between snath and scath

is that snath is yarn while scath is harm or injury (see (l)).

As a verb scath is

.

Nath vs Snath - What's the difference?

nath | snath |


As a proper noun nath

is .

As a noun snath is

yarn.

Swath vs Snath - What's the difference?

swath | snath |


As a noun snath is

yarn.

Snash vs Snath - What's the difference?

snash | snath |


As nouns the difference between snash and snath

is that snash is verbal abuse, guff while snath is yarn.

Octothorpe vs Snath - What's the difference?

octothorpe | snath |


As nouns the difference between octothorpe and snath

is that octothorpe is (chiefly|us) the hash or square symbol (), used mainly in telephony and computing while snath is the shaft of a scythe.

Shaft vs Snath - What's the difference?

shaft | snath |


As nouns the difference between shaft and snath

is that shaft is (lb) the entire body of a long weapon, such as an arrow while snath is the shaft of a scythe.

As a verb shaft

is (slang) to fuck over; to cause harm to, especially through deceit or treachery.

Sneed vs Snath - What's the difference?

sneed | snath | Alternative forms |

Sneed is an alternative form of snath.


As a verb sneed

is .

As a noun snath is

the shaft of a scythe.

Sned vs Snath - What's the difference?

sned | snath | Alternative forms |

Sned is an alternative form of snath.


As a verb sned

is (uk|dialect) to lop; to snathe.

As a noun snath is

the shaft of a scythe.

Sneathe vs Snath - What's the difference?

sneathe | snath | Alternative forms |

Sneathe is an alternative form of snath.

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