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EtymologyEdit

From snithe (sharp, cutting) +‎ -y. Cognate with Dutch snedig (sharp, witty), German schneidig (cutting, sharp-edged). More at snithe.

AdjectiveEdit

snithy (comparative snithier or more snithy, superlative snithiest or most snithy)

  1. Sharp; cutting.
  2. (of wind or weather) Cold, piercing.

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