snickersnee

noun snick·er·snee \ ˈsni-kər-ˌsnē , ˈsni-kə-ˌsnē \
Updated on: 11 Sep 2017

Definition of snickersnee

:a large knife

Origin and Etymology of snickersnee

obsolete snick or snee to engage in cut-and-thrust fighting, alteration of earlier steake or snye, from Dutch steken of snijden to thrust or cut

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