Etymology 1 vb. (context obsolete rare intransitive English) (l en move), (l en proceed) Etymology 2
alt. (context now dialectal intransitive English) (l en abound Abound), (l en swarm), (l en teem), be (l en infested), ''with'' (l en something). vb. (context now dialectal intransitive English) (l en abound Abound), (l en swarm), (l en teem), be (l en infested), ''with'' (l en something). Etymology 3
n. 1 (context shipbuilding English) (l en upward Upward) (l en curving) observed in the (l en plank planks) of a wooden (l en ship) or (l en boat). 2 # (1711 onward) An upward (l en curve) at the (l en edge) of a plank. 3 # (''circa'' 1850 onward) An upward curve in the (l en line lines) of a wooden (l en watercraft) from (l en amidships) toward its (l en bow) and its (l en stern). Etymology 4
n. (alternative spelling of snye English) (rfc: snye is given as alt spelling of etym 2)
SNY may refer to:
- SportsNet New York, a regional sports television network based in New York City
- SNY, the NYSE ticker symbol for Sanofi-Aventis, formerly the symbol for Sanofi-Synthelabo
- Sny, an abbreviation for Sony
- Sny Magill Creek, a large trout stream runs through Iowa
- IATA airport code for Sidney Municipal Airport in Nebraska, USA
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Sny \Sny\, n. [Cf. Icel. sn[=u]a to turn.] An upward bend in a piece of timber; the sheer of a vessel.
Usage examples of "sny".
Who or what was Star Gazer and what did the name have to do with what Senator Snyder was up to?
Had the whooping cough at the same time that Joe and Tom Snyder had hit.
Snyder has been relieved of his duties for cause and confined to quarters until Pasadena reaches port or until I review his case.
Snyder had obviously warned his newest faculty member about Buffy Summers, the notorious troublemaker he had expelled and then readmitted under duress.
I sat out on the deck and read books from her shelves, Kate Chopin, Jane Bowles, and the poetry of Gary Snyder.
Pete Snyder got Aarens challenged by the need for a fault that would appear to have disabled the engine.
Those whose comments or insights were especially valuable include Bebe Barden, Paul Chodas, Clayton Frohman, Michael Classman, Bruce Jakosky, Roland Joffe, Gerry Snyder, and Ian Stewart.
My guess is that they'll just go through the motions--especially if Ted Snyder raises the question of pre wedding jitters or says anything else that easts doubt on Tony:" "Do you think I should go to the police and make a statement?
Write the numbers one through twenty-five, down the left side of the paper -- Arabic numerals, William, not Roman numerals -- no, Snyder, you may not go to the bathroom during a test -- I don't care if your big brother did tell you it's your Constitutional right.
The British used a cartridge of this type in their Snyder conversion of their Enfield rifle muskets, and it had a reputation as a highly effective round.
Habitual inattentiveness and late assignments had cemented the unsavory image Snyder had planted in the new teacher's mind.
As Gary Snyder points out this is a natural function of all higher mammals except for humans of the civilized variety.
Snyder swallowed audibly, and the rear admiral gave him a wintry smile.
When Ruth Snyder and Judd Gray killed Albert Snyder, she told the police that a black-bearded giant of a man had come to the bedside, bent over her husband and bashed in his skull with sash weight —.
When Ruth Snyder and Judd Gray killed Albert Snyder, she told the police that a black-bearded giant of a man had come to the bedside, bent over her husband and bashed in his skull with sash weight or was it a hammer?