- From on- + ding (“to beat, strike”). (Wiktionary)
“By this time an onding o 'rain was coming up' frae the water, and I bade the man come indoors to the fire.”
“Aye -- it's onding o 'snaw --" said the shepherd, his shrewd blue eyes travelling over her face and form.”
“It was a very grey day; a most opaque sky, "onding on snaw," canopied all; thence flakes fell at intervals, which settled on the hard path and on the hoary lea without melting.”
“Original copios in printod papor covors oro fiimod boginning with tho f ront covor and onding on tho iast pago with o printod or iilustratod impros - sion, or tho back covor whon appropriato.”
“I was at Tilliedrum yestreen, meeting Sanders as he got out o 'the gaol, and that awfu onding began when we was on the Bellies Braes.”
“Resp onding to my conclusion, "The Clippers are a team in transition, engaged in a dialectic between the more formal offense of”
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is it rain, sprinkles, showers, sleet, or drizzle?
Are those drops, droplets?
Is the weatherman just using the word precipitation?
Is the scientist causing ...
Environmental Ice and Snow
(excluding all the food ice)
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