Two forestry workers in a 'working' wood stopping for a snack.
The Scottish Word:

Sneddin, sneddins.

“Watch yirsel on thon boorach o sneddins there’s a muckle hole unnerit.”


sneddins: collection of cut off branches.

sned: to trim off side branches of a felled tree.

snedded: that which has been pruned.

“Watch out, there is an awfully big hole under that mess of tree prunings.”

The Scottish Word: sneddins 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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