"to blow or wipe the nose," c.1100, now Scottish and dialectal, from Old English snytan, related to Old Norse snyta, Middle Dutch snuten, Old High German snuzen, German schneuzen "to blow one's nose," and to snot.
Examples from the Web for snite
It is from the old English snyten, to blow, and was originally a verb—to snite the candle, or put it out.Customs and Fashions in Old New England
Alice Morse Earle
One of these is Snite thingthi tegaze, which means “winter will not come back.”Prairie Smoke (Second Edition, Revised)
Melvin Randolph Gilmore