snjór

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From Old Norse snjór, snær.

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snjór m (genitive singular snjós or snjóvar or snjóar, nominative plural snjóar or snjóvar)

  1. snow syn.
    Snjórinn leysir.The snow is thawing.

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *snaiwaz, from Proto-Indo-European *snóygʷʰos; cognates include the Old English snāw and the Old High German snēo.

Noun[edit]

snjór m (genitive snjós)

  1. snow

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