(third-person singular simple present snathes, present participle snathing, simple past and past participle snathed)
Compare Icelandic sneia, to cut into slices.
Variant of snath
the curved shaft or handle of a scythe
Origin of snathaltered (infl. by dialect, dialectal snathe, to lop, prune ; from Old Norse sneitha, to cut; akin to Old English snithan: see schnitzel) ; from Old English snæd