a mountain in NW Wales: highest peak in Wales. 3560 feet (1085 meters).
a mountain in NW Wales, in Gwynedd: the highest peak in Wales. Height: 1085 m (3560 ft) Welsh name Yr Wyddfa
1st Earl of, title of Antony Armstrong-Jones. born 1930, British photographer, whose work includes television documentaries, photographic books, and the design of the Snowdon Aviary, London Zoo (1965). His marriage (1960–78) to Princess Margaret ended in divorce
noun 1. a massif in NW Wales, in Gwynedd, the highest peak being Snowdon 2. a national park in NW Wales, in Gwynedd and Conwy: includes the Snowdonia massif in the north. Area: 2189 sq km (845 sq miles)
noun 1. a mound or bank of snow driven together by the wind. 2. snow driven before the wind. noun 1. a bank of deep snow driven together by the wind
noun 1. any of several early-blooming bulbous plants belonging to the genus Galanthus, of the amaryllis family, native to Eurasia, especially G. nivalis, having drooping white flowers with green markings. noun 1. any of several amaryllidaceous plants of the Eurasian genus Galanthus, esp G. nivalis, having drooping white bell-shaped flowers that bloom in early spring
- Snowdrop tree
noun 1. another name for silver bell