Definition of snoove
: to walk smoothly and steadily : make a steady advance
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Origin and Etymology of snoove
from earlier Scots snoove to twirl, turn, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse snūa to turn, twist; akin to Old English snūd speed, haste, Old High German sniumi hasty, rapid, Gothic sniumjan to hurry, Latin nēre to spin — more at needle
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