snow - der Schnee [sh-nee]
It comes from an Old English word 'snaw' which is related to a Dutch word 'sneeuw', and a German word 'schnee'
The word "snow" is from Old English, similar to the German schnee. It has existed since the year 1300. Please see the Related Link below.
German snow wrestling and German hamster tossing
The word "yuki" is the Japanese word for snow.
German for snow.
German snow wrestling and German milk drinking German snow wrestling and German milk drinking contest which you can win a life time supply of milk
No, the word snow is not an adverb.The word snow is a noun and sometimes a verb.
Volkl is not a word, it is the name of a company. The company is German and produces sports equipment, mostly for snow sports. It is owned by the parent company Jarden.
The French word for snow is neige.
Snow has no root word. A root word is the form of a word after all affixes have been removed. Snow has no affixes. Snowing has an affix (-ing), so the root word of snowing is snow.
Möbel is the word for furniture in German.
The German word for their is "Ihre."
The word FROM in German is von
"mit" is the German word for "with".
The word for is in German - " ist "
The German word for when is wenn.
The German word for he is er.
The German word for "Who" is "Wer".
German is not a compound word.
The pronounced way...Schnee stoom (Snow storm)