Etymology
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snowy (adj.)

Old English snawig; see snow (n.) + -y (2). Related: Snowiness. Similar formation in Middle Low German sneig, Old High German snewac, German schneeig, Old Norse snæugr, Swedish snögig, Danish sneig.

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Definitions of snowy

snowy (adj.)
marked by the presence of snow;
Synonyms: white
snowy (adj.)
covered with snow;
a long snowy winter
Synonyms: snow-clad / snow-covered
snowy (adj.)
of the white color of snow;
Synonyms: snow-white
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