Definitions for snowy
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word snowy.
marked by the presence of snow
"a white Christmas"; "the white hills of a northern winter"
snow-clad, snow-covered, snowyadjective
covered with snow
"snow-clad hills"; "snow-covered roads"; "a long snowy winter"
of the white color of snow
Covered with snow.
Etymology: snawig, corresponding to.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: from snow.
So shews a snowy dove trooping with crows,
As yonder lady o’er her fellows shews. William Shakespeare.
Now I see thy jolly train:
Snowy headed Winter leads,
Spring and Summer next succeeds;
Yellow Autumn brings the rear;
Thou art father of the year. Nicholas Rowe.
The blushing ruby on her snowy breast,
Render’d its panting whiteness more confest. Matthew Prior.
These first in Crete
And Ida known; thence on the snowy top
Of cold Olympus rul’d the middle air. John Milton, Par. Lost.
As when the Tartar from his Russian foe,
By Astracan, over the snowy plains,
Retires. John Milton, Paradise Lost.
white like snow
abounding with snow; covered with snow
fig.: Pure; unblemished; unstained; spotless
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The numerical value of snowy in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of snowy in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
There's a beautiful snowy white, silky white, white with blond. Making white hair a fashion statement is growing, in part because women are rebelling against the tradition that you must avoid white and gray at all cost.
There were no arrests but we just had to ward off some people. Everyone with a cell phone camera wanted to come down to see the snowy owls.
The snowy peaks of British business remain stubbornly white, we know there is no shortage of qualified candidates to fill these roles if companies are willing to look.
New Horizons even discovered spectacular mountains on Pluto covered by bright deposits, strikingly resembling snow-capped mountain chains seen on Earth, such a landscape had never been observed elsewhere in the solar system. Could Pluto's atmosphere behave like Earth's ? We discovered that a new and unique( in the solar system) atmospheric process forms these snowy mountains on Pluto.
It won't be a better future in Sweden, we have tented camps here. It's cold, chilly and snowy in Sweden. There is a shortage of resources both for our own population and for those who come here.
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- zasněžený, sněžnýCzech
- schneebedeckt, schneeweiß, verschneitGerman
- lumivalkoinen, luminenFinnish
- nivoza, nivea, nivala, nivatraIdo
- nevado, nevosoPortuguese
- alb ca zăpada, înzăpezitRomanian
- снежный, белоснежный, снеговой, заснеженныйRussian
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