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snath

[ snath ]
/ snæθ /
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noun
the shaft or handle of a scythe.
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Also snathe [sneyth]. /sneɪð/.

Origin of snath

1565–75; unexplained variant of snead (Middle English snede,Old English snǣd)
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British Dictionary definitions for snath

snath

snathe (sneɪð)

/ (snæθ) /

noun
the handle of a scythe

Word Origin for snath

C16: variant of earlier snead, from Old English snǣd, of obscure origin
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