Εγγραφή Greek
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past tense of snow
Fred: OMG it snew in April :O... Hax
από DrizzyDrakeRogers 7 Απρίλιος 2009
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what's new, as in what's up or even hows it going?
Person A: Snew?
Person B: Nothing much, snew with you?
από the master of penis puppetry 20 Μάιος 2003
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3.
The past tense of snow.
While you were in Texas it snew in Oklahoma.
από likethehurricane but with a c 12 Φεβρουάριος 2010
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4.
A joke used to trick a greeting out of someone.
Person 1: Hey i saw some snew yesterday!!!

Person 2: What's snew?

Person 1: Not much!
από Iamabadpunguy 10 Φεβρουάριος 2010
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5.
"To Snow" in the past tense. Used by people who dislike the word "snowed."
"Yo, what's all this cold white stuff on the ground??"
"You dumbass, it snew yesterday!"
από THE SNEWER 2 Φεβρουάριος 2010
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Functioning as a verb and purportedly the past tense of "snow," the term was popularized by ufck.org poster jay. in February of 2006. Linguists speculate that the misuse might mirror the evolution of "irregardless" and imbed itself into popular lexicon.
winter hasn't been bad so far actually. it snew a couple times, but it hasn't been super super cold really at all. well there was one snap where it was but that's it.
από ufck.org 15 Φεβρουάριος 2006
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Functioning as a noun and purportedly the past tense of "snow," the term was popularized by ufck.org poster jay. in February of 2006. Linguists speculate that the misuse might mirror the evolution of "irregardless" and imbed itself into popular lexicon.
Thankfully, it's not supposed to snow today because it sure snew a lot yesterday.
από ufck.org 15 Φεβρουάριος 2006
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