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  • "Oh, yes, I quite believe that, Mr Triggs," said I, taking advantage of the opportunity of giving a "snop" to Larkyns, who was also standing by and, of course, grinning as usual.

    Crown and Anchor Under the Pen'ant

  • On which Baroski turned round to Miss Larkins, and said, Mr. Woolsey was a "snop;" the very word, though pronounced somewhat differently, which the gallant Cornet Fipkin had applied to him.

    Men's Wives

  • Miss Larkins, and said, Mr. Woolsey was a “snop;” the very word, though pronounced somewhat differently, which the gallant Cornet Fipkin had applied to him.

    Mens Wives

  • "Boys have no rights in the Navy, or wrongs either if they behave themselves properly," observed the doctor, giving my joker a ` snop 'for his bumptiousness.

    Young Tom Bowling The Boys of the British Navy

  • It was a post as valued as a civil list pension nowadays, for you see there were crowds of men in these corn villages, but only a few of them could get barns to snop away in.

    Field and Hedgerow Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies

  • 'snop-top' sounds in every elm, and grows fainter as he recedes.

    The Amateur Poacher

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  • Sorry Asa. I only now saw your question. All the words on my "slovenš�?ina" list are Slovene. The words on my "pogovorno" list have entered the colloquial language but have not been accepted as formal Slovene.

    June 26, 2008

  • Language?

    June 20, 2008

  • snòp

    bundle (of hay, etc.)

    June 20, 2008