snig

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snig

(snɪɡ)
vb (tr) , snigs, snigging or snigged
(Forestry) Austral and NZ to drag (a log) along the ground by a chain fastened at one end
[from English dialect]

snig


Past participle: snigged
Gerund: snigging

Imperative
snig
snig
Present
I snig
you snig
he/she/it snigs
we snig
you snig
they snig
Preterite
I snigged
you snigged
he/she/it snigged
we snigged
you snigged
they snigged
Present Continuous
I am snigging
you are snigging
he/she/it is snigging
we are snigging
you are snigging
they are snigging
Present Perfect
I have snigged
you have snigged
he/she/it has snigged
we have snigged
you have snigged
they have snigged
Past Continuous
I was snigging
you were snigging
he/she/it was snigging
we were snigging
you were snigging
they were snigging
Past Perfect
I had snigged
you had snigged
he/she/it had snigged
we had snigged
you had snigged
they had snigged
Future
I will snig
you will snig
he/she/it will snig
we will snig
you will snig
they will snig
Future Perfect
I will have snigged
you will have snigged
he/she/it will have snigged
we will have snigged
you will have snigged
they will have snigged
Future Continuous
I will be snigging
you will be snigging
he/she/it will be snigging
we will be snigging
you will be snigging
they will be snigging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been snigging
you have been snigging
he/she/it has been snigging
we have been snigging
you have been snigging
they have been snigging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been snigging
you will have been snigging
he/she/it will have been snigging
we will have been snigging
you will have been snigging
they will have been snigging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been snigging
you had been snigging
he/she/it had been snigging
we had been snigging
you had been snigging
they had been snigging
Conditional
I would snig
you would snig
he/she/it would snig
we would snig
you would snig
they would snig
Past Conditional
I would have snigged
you would have snigged
he/she/it would have snigged
we would have snigged
you would have snigged
they would have snigged
References in periodicals archive ?
The Yorkshireman and his snigging team were hired by Bodnant woodland managers Prior and Ricketts because access to the oak woodland was difficult.
Owner Paula Sells, of Bodfari Horse Logging, said the traditional practice of snigging - using a horse to remove felled timber - was making a comeback in ecologically-sensitive woodlands.
Horse logging or snigging is the removal of felled timber.