Origin of Sn
Definition for sn (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for sn
In the year 1800, it was yielded back to France, under Napoleon, by a secret article in the treaty of Sn.Daniel Boone|John S. C. Abbott
He stooped down and wrote in the snow with his finger, SN, 102.Back o' the Moon|Oliver Onions
The present participle with sn is sometimes used as in English, see Arme Heinrich, l. 24.A Middle High German Primer|Joseph Wright
Phot be yez doin' here, young mon, sn'akin' along like a thafe?The Missing Tin Box|Arthur M. Winfield
In the middle of the road are the two rocks of Jonathan, the name of one of which is Botsets, and of the other Sn.Early Travels in Palestine|Arculf et al.