Words and Phrases
sned

“sned”

Meaning:

to cut or chop off

Alternative spelling/meaning:

Popularly - tae sned turmits = to cut the heads off turnips

In Literature:

Excerpt from The fermer fae Drumfad by Wilbert Magill

But in this watt wuntry wather,
thers plenty o’ gullions true,
but Matilda sneds tha turmits
an waulks ahint that horse an pue


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