snowdrop

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English[edit]

Snowdrops in winter

Etymology[edit]

From snow +‎ drop.

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Noun[edit]

snowdrop (plural snowdrops)

  1. Any of the 20 species of the genus Galanthus of the Amaryllidaceae, bulbous flowering plants, bearing a solitary, pendulous, white, bell-shaped flower that appears, depending on species, between autumn and late winter or early spring.

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Verb[edit]

snowdrop (third-person singular simple present snowdrops, present participle snowdropping, simple past and past participle snowdropped)

  1. (Australia, slang) To steal clothing (especially women's underwear) from a clothesline.

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