snīwan

snīwan, wk.v: to snow. (“snee-won”)

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Miniature of three sinners standing in a hell-mouth, being tormented by devils throwing ice and snow. Breviari d’Amor (Catalan prose version), by Matfré Ermengau of Béziers. E. Spain (Catalonia, Gerona?), last quarter of the 14th century. British Library, Yates Thompson 31, f. 170v. [bl.uk]

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