SwedishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Swedish snyta, from Old Norse snýta, from Proto-Germanic *snūtijaną. Related to Old English snȳtan.

VerbEdit

snyta (present snyter, preterite snöt, supine snutit, imperative snyt)

  1. (reflexive) to clear one's nose
    jag måste snyta mig
    I need to clear my nose
  2. (transitive) to clear someone's nose
    jag måste snyta barnen
    I need to help the kids clear their noses

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