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  • n., Smoke; thick vapor (alt. of smick); in modern dialogue: fine dust; stench (cf. smeek).

    v., (tr.) To send off smoke, vapour, or the like; to smoke; (intr.) to perfume or scent.

    September 5, 2008

  • (noun) - A stench; obscurity in the air arising from smoke, fog, or dust. To smeech, to make a stink with the snuff of a candle. Smeegy, tainted, ill-smelling. Connected with Anglo-Saxon smec, smic, smoke; Bavarian schmecken, to smell, and thence schmecker, the nose. --Hensleigh Wedgwood's Dictionary of English Etymology, 1878

    April 22, 2018