Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
1. A cold, frosty mist on the seashore during calm frosty weather (Bnff.2 1932).
2. “Blinding and choking snow drifts driven by a gale” (Abd.7 1925).[Orig. of first element obscure. For the second, cf. Reek.]
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