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SNICKA – the legend remains.
[C18: probably of Scandinavian origin; compare Old Norse snikka to whittle, Swedish snicka]
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snick (snĭk) v. snicked, snick·ing, snicks v.tr. 1. To cut with short strokes; snip: snicked off a corner of the material. 2. To make a small cut in; nick. 3. To cause (something) to click: I snicked the door shut. v.intr. 1. To snip: snicked with the shears. 2. To make a nick or nicks. 3. To click: The latch snicked open. n. 1. A cut made by snicking
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