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Definition of the noun Snert

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noun

  1. [slang] an annoying user of a bulletin board etc.
  2. [slang] yellow snow.
  3. [slang] troll who preys in spiritual chat rooms, forums, etc, getting the title snert. snot nosed egotistical religious twit.

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Google previewSpecial Needs Families in the Military (2011)

A Resource Guide by Janelle B. Moore, Don Philpott

Marine Corps Special Needs evaluation Review team (SNeRt) In the Marine Corps, the SNERT is a team of qualified personnel whose goal is to make an assessment of the accommodations necessary for a special needs child to participate in ...

Google previewThe English Dialect Dictionary: R-S (1904)

by Joseph Wright

Also written snert n.Cy. Cum. 14 Wm. n.

Google previewThe Standard-phonographic Dictionary (1862)

by Andrew Jackson Graham

Snort, snôrt, Snert Snorted, enort'ed, Sner-Ted ; re Snert. Snorter, snört-er, Suerte r. Snut, enot, SneU 8»оттт, snofi, Sen-Tee. Snout, anout, Snet Snow, snö, Sen. Sxowbat.l. smVrol, Sen-Вее-Тлт. Snow-diuft, snö'-dnft, Ben-Dreft. Snowed, snñd ...

Google previewAcronyms Dictionary for Texting Chatting E-mail

minds think alike SMTP Simple Mail Transfer Protocol SN Screen name or So nyah SNAC Sitting naked at computer SNAFU Situation normal, all fouled up or all fucked up SNAG Sensitive new age guy SNERT Snotty nosed egotistical rotten ...

Google previewDictionary of Obsolete and Provincial English (1904)

Containing Words from the English Writers Previous to the Nineteenth Century which are No Longer in Use, Or are Not Used in the Same Sense. And Words which are Now Used Only in the Provincial Dialects

Snert, v. To sneer at. Line. Sneul, s.

Google previewA Dictionary of Archaic & Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs & Ancient Customs, Form the Fourteenth Century (1852)

by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps

SNERT. To sneer ; to ridicule. Line. SNEUL. A poor sneaking fellow. SNEULS. The internal lining of a sheep's nostrils. North. SNEUZE. A noose. North. SNEVER. Slender ; smooth. North. Peepe here and peepe there, aw the wide dale is but ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs, and Ancient Customs, from the Fourteenth Century (1887)

by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps

SNERT. To sneer ; to ridicule. Line. SNEUL. A poor sneaking fellow. SNEULS. The internal lining of a sheep'snos- trils. North. SNEUZE. A noose. North. SNEVER. Slender ; smooth.

Google previewA Dictionary of the Scottish Language (1846)

by John Jamieson

snert,gracilis; Isl. snirt, comptus, nitidus. SNlSH, s. Snufl'. Gl. Shirr. “ Snush, or sneezing, powder,” Kersey. V. SNEE'SHIN. SNYST, s. Perhaps the same with Sneest, q. v. Saint Patrick. SNISTER, s. A severe blast in the face, Aug. Synon.

Google previewJamieson's Dictionary of the Scottish Language (1867)

In which the Words are Explained in Their Different Senses.. by John Jamieson, John Johnstone (of Edinburgh.), John Longmuir

snert ...

Google previewScottish Dictionary and Supplement (1841)

In Four Volumes. Suppl. Kab-Zic by John Jamieson

Snert, North, is expl. " an ineffectual effort to stifle a laugh," Grose ; and perhaps this explanation gives the proper idea. Under the E. to Sneer, Serenius refers to Goth, snirre, sternutatio. SNIRT, s. An insignificant diminutive person; generally ...

Google previewSupplement to The Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language (1825)

Illustrating the Words in Their Different Significations, by Examples from Ancient and Modern Writers, Shewing Their Affinity to Those of Other Languages ... by John Jamieson

Snert, North. is expl. “ an ineffectual effort to stifle a laugh,” Grose; and perhaps this explanation gives the proper idea. Under the E. to Sneer, Serenius refers to Goth. snirre, sternutatio. SNIRT, s. An insignificant diminutive person; generally ...

Google previewA Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ... (1825)

Supplement by John Jamieson

Snert, North, is expl. " an ineffectual effort to stifle a laugh," Grose ; and perhaps this explanation gives the proper idea. Under the E. to Sneer, Sereniw refers to Goth, snirre, sternutatio. SNIRT, s. An insignificant diminutive person; generally ...

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