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最早見於晚期中古英語;源自中古英語 snyȝe (爬行);類似丹麥語 snige (溜走), 愛爾蘭語 snighim古愛爾蘭語 snaighim

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to sny(第三人称单数现在式 snies,现在分词 snying,过去式 snied,过去分词 snied

  1. 〉〈不及物移動前進

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  • † Sny, v.” listed on page 343 of volume IX, part I (Si–St) of A New English Dictionary on Historical Principles [1st ed., 1919]
      † Sny, v.Obs. — 1 In 5 snyȝe. [Of obscure origin.] intr. To move, proceed. [¶] a1400–50 Alexander 4095 Þan snyȝes þar, out of þat snyth hill.., A burly best.
  • †sny, v.” listed in the Oxford English Dictionary [2nd ed., 1989]

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最早見於1674年;詞源不明。

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to sny(第三人称单数现在式 snies,现在分词 snying,过去式 snied,过去分词 snied

  1. (現〈〉)〈不及物〉 大量存在,成群出現

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  • Sny, v.” listed on page 343 of volume IX, part I (Si–St) of A New English Dictionary on Historical Principles [1st ed., 1919]
      Sny (snəi), v. Now dial. Forms: 7 snithe, 9 snive; 7, 9 snie, 8–9 sny, 9 snye; 7, 9 snee. [Of obscure origin.] intr. To abound, swarm, teem, be infested, with something. [¶] 1674 Ray N.C. Words 44 To Snee or snie, to abound or swarm. He snies with Lice, he swarms with them. 1675 V. Alsop Anti-sozzo 503 Certainly never did man so snithe with prejudices against Truth. c1746 J. Collier (Tim Bobbin) View Lanc. Dial. Gloss., Snye, to swarm. 1849 Howitt Year Bk. Country 242/32 The villages in the forest sny with children. 1882 Echo 16 Jan. 4/1 The place literally ‘snives’ with rabbits. 1897 J. Prior Ripple & Flood xix, The watter snies wi’ fish.
  • sny, v.” listed in the Oxford English Dictionary [2nd ed., 1989]

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最早見於1711年;詞源不明。對比snying丹麥語 sno (盤繞”,“纏繞)

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sny(复数 snies

  1. (造船) 木船上木板向上捲曲的部分
    1. [1711年以前] 木板邊緣向上捲曲的部分
    2. [約1850年以前] 木船裡從船中部向兩頭延伸的上捲部分

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  • Sny, sb.” listed on page 343 of volume IX, part I (Si–St) of A New English Dictionary on Historical Principles [1st ed., 1919]
      Sny (snəi), sb.Shipbuilding. [Cf. Snying vbl. sb.] (See quots. 1846 and 1875.) [¶] a.1711 W. Sutherland Shipbuild. Assist. 54 In working up a round Buttock of a Ship, the lower Edge of the Planks will have a sudden Sny aft. 1846 A. Young Naut. Dict. 288 In shipbuilding, a plank is said to have sny, when its edge has an upward curve. [¶] b.c1850 Rudim. Nav. (Weale) 149 The great sny occasioned in full bows..is..to be prevented by introducing steelers. 1875 Knight Dict. Mech. 2232/1 Sny,..the trend of the lines of a ship upward from amidship toward the bow and the stern.
  • sny, n.” listed in the Oxford English Dictionary [2nd ed., 1989]

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本拼法最早見於1893年;參見snye

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sny(复数 snies

  1. 〉 小水道,支航道
    • 1893, 馬克·吐溫,《湯姆·索亞在國外》,《湯姆·索亞探案》等系列故事 (1896), page unknown
      “Well, Mars Tom, my idea is like dis. It ain’t no use, we can’t kill dem po’ strangers dat ain’t doin’ us no harm, till we’ve had practice — I knows it perfectly well, Mars Tom — ‛deed I knows it perfectly well. But ef we takes a’ ax or two, jist you en me en Huck, en slips acrost de river to-night arter de moon’s gone down, en kills dat sick fam’ly dat’s over on the Sny, en burns dey house down, en —”
    • 1948, Lawrence Johnstone Burpee [ed.], Canadian Geographical Journal (Royal Canadian Geographical Society), volume 36, page 151
      The word snye, sny or snie has been used for many years to describe a channel behind an island, with slack current or partly dried, or some such similar feature.

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  • snye” listed in the Oxford English Dictionary [2nd ed., 1989]

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sny

  1. sen 的主格/賓格/呼格/工具格复数形。

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  1. sen 的主格/賓格/呼格复数形。