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First published 1965 (SND Vol. VI).

OWERBLAW, v. Also o'er. Sc. usage of Eng. overblow. See Blaw. To cover over or be covered with snow. Also in n.Eng. dial.Sc. 1745 Scots Mag. (June) 275:
Our ews will wander now, o'erblaw wi snaw, Or wylie Laurie takes them great and sma'.
s.Sc. 1809 T. Donaldson Poems 176:
I' winter when the snaw did fa', The wind wad ay the sheep o'erblaw.

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