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sneck

(snɛk)
n
1. (Building) a small squared stone used in a rubble wall to fill spaces between stones of different height
2. dialect chiefly Scot and Northern English the latch or catch of a door or gate
vb
dialect chiefly Scot and Northern English to fasten (a latch)
[C15 snekk, of uncertain origin]

sneck

(snɛk)
n, vb
a Scot word for snick

sneck


Past participle: snecked
Gerund: snecking

Imperative
sneck
sneck
Present
I sneck
you sneck
he/she/it snecks
we sneck
you sneck
they sneck
Preterite
I snecked
you snecked
he/she/it snecked
we snecked
you snecked
they snecked
Present Continuous
I am snecking
you are snecking
he/she/it is snecking
we are snecking
you are snecking
they are snecking
Present Perfect
I have snecked
you have snecked
he/she/it has snecked
we have snecked
you have snecked
they have snecked
Past Continuous
I was snecking
you were snecking
he/she/it was snecking
we were snecking
you were snecking
they were snecking
Past Perfect
I had snecked
you had snecked
he/she/it had snecked
we had snecked
you had snecked
they had snecked
Future
I will sneck
you will sneck
he/she/it will sneck
we will sneck
you will sneck
they will sneck
Future Perfect
I will have snecked
you will have snecked
he/she/it will have snecked
we will have snecked
you will have snecked
they will have snecked
Future Continuous
I will be snecking
you will be snecking
he/she/it will be snecking
we will be snecking
you will be snecking
they will be snecking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been snecking
you have been snecking
he/she/it has been snecking
we have been snecking
you have been snecking
they have been snecking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been snecking
you will have been snecking
he/she/it will have been snecking
we will have been snecking
you will have been snecking
they will have been snecking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been snecking
you had been snecking
he/she/it had been snecking
we had been snecking
you had been snecking
they had been snecking
Conditional
I would sneck
you would sneck
he/she/it would sneck
we would sneck
you would sneck
they would sneck
Past Conditional
I would have snecked
you would have snecked
he/she/it would have snecked
we would have snecked
you would have snecked
they would have snecked
References in periodicals archive ?
SNECK It's easy to presume that snecks everywhere are called snecks, but that's not the case or at least not any more.
SPELK Spelk, like sneck, is another word it's easy to presume is used everywhere, but in fact it's all but unique to Scotland and the North of England.
Afore varry lang wa aal ganna be telt how ti blaa wa snecks ind gan ti thi netty.