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Icelandic-English translation for: snow
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Dictionary Icelandic English: snow

Translation 1 - 53 of 53

NOUN1   a snow | snows
NOUN2   snow | -
VERB  to snow | snowed | snowed/snown ... 
SYNO   Baron Snow of Leicester | C. P. Snow ... 
fennato snow
veðurfr. fönn {kv}snow
snær {k}snow
snjór {k}snow
2 Words: Others
snjóugur {adj}snow-covered
auður {adj} [snjólaus]snow-free
snjólaus {adj}snow-free
drifhvítur {adj}snow-white
fannhvítur {adj}snow-white
mjallhvítur {adj}snow-white
2 Words: Nouns
veðurfr. jólasnjór {k}Christmas snow
kafsnjór {k}deep snow
veðurfr. skafrenningur {k}drifting snow
veðurfr. fjúk {hv}driving snow
veðurfr. mjöll {kv}fresh snow
veðurfr. nýsnævi {hv}fresh snow
veðurfr. nýfallinn snjór {k}fresh snow
veðurfr. nýsnævi {hv}new snow
veðurfr. nýfallinn snjór {k}new snow
sísnævi {hv}permanent snow
lausamjöll {kv}powder snow
púðursnjór {k}powder snow
púðursnjór {k}powdery snow
veðurfr. Unverified hálka {kv}slippery snow
fannir {kv.ft}snow banks
læknisfr. snjóblinda {kv}snow blindness
ökut. keðjur {kv.ft} [snjókeðjur]snow chains
jarð. veðurfr. snjólag {hv}snow cover
snjókristall {k}snow crystal
veðurfr. snjóskafl {k}snow drift
snjólína {kv}snow line
veðurfr. fannfergi {hv}snow load
veðurfr. fannalög {hv.ft}snow masses
veðurfr. fannfergi {hv}snow masses {pl}
íþr. snjóþrúga {kv} [einkum í fleirtölu]snow shoe
veðurfr. él {hv}snow shower
veðurfr. snjóél {hv}snow shower
ökut. vetrardekk {hv}snow tyre [Br.]
3 Words: Others
fannbarinn {adj}covered with snow [person, animal]
3 Words: Verbs
vera á kafi í snjóto covered by snow
3 Words: Nouns
veðurfr. Unverified flughálka {kv}highly slippery snow
4 Words: Verbs
þræla e-m útto snow sb. under with work
4 Words: Nouns
veðurfr. föl {kv} {hv}thin covering of snow
5+ Words: Nouns
samg. þæfingsfærð {kv}difficult road conditions due to snow or sleet
samg. þæfingsfæri {hv}difficult road conditions due to snow or sleet
samg. þæfingur {k}difficult road conditions due to snow or sleet
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
fuglafr. T
gras. T
fuglafr. T
dýr T
gras. T
dýr T
dýr T
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