Two children returning down to the village after a whole day of sledging in the snow dusted mountainside to discover that their village is almost entirely buried by the snow. With a few brave souls visible digging themselves up to the surface.
The Scottish Word:


Jings, ah doot it’s snawed a guid deal mair than we thoucht since this morning.

Nae wonder we struggled tae find the path back doon. Still, it’s no so bad noo tho.


sna, snaw: snow.

Goodness, I rather suspect it’s snowed a good deal more than we thought since this morning.

No wonder we struggled to find the path back down. Still, it’s not so bad now though.

The Scottish Word: snaw with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

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