EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Blend of sneeze +‎ fart.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

snart (plural snarts)

  1. (slang) The phenomenon where one sneezes and breaks wind at the same time.
    • 2009 April 18, Bobby Mercer, How Do You Light a Fart?: And 150 Other Essential Things Every Guy Should Know about Science[1], Simon and Schuster, →ISBN:
      While an occasional fart makes us laugh, snarts never do.
    • 2011 January 27, Robert Carlock; Beth McCarthy-Miller, director, “Operation Righteous Cowboy Lightning”, in 30 Rock[2], season 5, episode 12, spoken by Liz Lemon (Tina Fey):
      I was holding in a snart, and then right when she took the photo... don't you want to know what a snart is?
    • 2020 November 1, Benjamin G Hewett, Paddy Muldoon, The Amazing Lockdown Adventure (The Crystal Chronicles)‎[3], Penguin Random House South Africa, →ISBN, OCLC 1206238328:
      The elf knocks three times, coughs and knocks once more, followed by a snart – a tricky and highly dangerous procedure where you sneeze and fart at the same time!

VerbEdit

snart (third-person singular simple present snarts, present participle snarting, simple past and past participle snarted)

  1. (slang) To fart while sneezing.
    • 2017, Nadine Mutas, To Stir a Fae's Passion: A Novel of Love and Magic (Love and Magic)‎[4], Nadine Mutas:
      Basil choked out a laugh of his own. “It snarted?”
      “Snart?” She wiped at her eyes.
      He grinned. “Sneeze-fart. It's a thing.”
    • 2011 January 27, Robert Carlock; Beth McCarthy-Miller, director, “Operation Righteous Cowboy Lightning”, in 30 Rock, season 5, episode 12, spoken by Liz Lemon (Tina Fey):
      Okay, first of all, I look weird there because I'm snarting.
    • 2020, Brea Brown, Let's Be Frank (The Nurse Nate series; 1)‎[5], Wayzgoose Press, →ISBN:
      “The one who farted when she sneezed.”
      “I didn't break up with her because she snarted. She picked at her feet, which is gross and unhygienic.”

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DanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

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PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /snɑːrt/, /snɑːʈ/

AdverbEdit

snart

  1. soon
    For den tid kommer snart... da alle andres skæbne ligger i hobbitternes hænder.
    For the time will soon come... when Hobbits will shape the fortunes of all.
  2. shortly
  3. presently

Norwegian BokmålEdit

AdjectiveEdit

snart

  1. neuter singular of snar

AdverbEdit

snart (comparative snarere, superlative snarest)

  1. soon, quickly, shortly

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

PronunciationEdit

AdverbEdit

snart

  1. soon, shortly
    Dei kjem snart.
    They will arrive soon.

AdjectiveEdit

snart

  1. neuter singular of snar

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SwedishEdit

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AdjectiveEdit

snart

  1. absolute indefinite neuter singular of snar.

AdverbEdit

snart (not comparable)

  1. soon; within a short time

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