snath

noun
\ˈsnath, ˈsneth\
variants: or snathe \ˈsnāt͟h, ˈsnāth \

Definition of snath 

: the handle of a scythe

First Known Use of snath

1574, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for snath

akin to Middle English snede long scythe, from Old English snǣd scythe handle

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