Words and Phrases
snod

“snod”

Meaning:

neat, trim, tidy; haughty

In Literature:

Excerpt from Lines, wherein Young Jonney praises his cousin Molly by Robert Dinsmoor

Whene’er she enters in my sight,
her very presence gi’es delight -
for ilka thing ‘bout her is right -
her hair sae snod is

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