Definition of snig in English:

snig

verb

[with object]Australian, NZ
  • Drag (a heavy load, especially timber) using ropes or chains.

    ‘bullock teams would snig the logs to the winder’
    • ‘That duo blocked, tackled, tipped and snigged, caught, lifted and cleared a mountain of ball.’
    • ‘From there the bullocks would later snig them to Tallow Beach or Byron Bay for loading through the surf onto ships.’
    • ‘A nice deep channel became evident in front of camp toward low tide and the choice was to beach the boats or snig them further down the bank.’

Origin

Late 18th century: of unknown origin.

Pronunciation

snig

/snɪɡ/