Meaning of snided in English:

snided

adjective

Northern English
  • Crowded or overrun with someone or something.

    ‘the bus is snided out with screechy school kids again’
    ‘cracking day in London—Winter Wonderland was snided though’

Origin

1970s apparently from a variant of earlier snived (in the same sense), from the dialect verb sny ‘teem with’.

Pronunciation

snided

/ˈsnʌɪdɪd/