n. A derogatory term for a person who was born in or lives in a rural location in northern Canada or Alaska.
The 52-year-old software engineer plans to become a self-coined "snowbilly" by farming in West Virginia and wintering in Eau Gallie.
In fact, Internet chatterers seemed to be struggling to write a collective thesis on Sarah Palin as the new Bill Clinton. She prefers hockey mom; they called her a snowbilly — shades of Clinton the hayseed.
I always carried this kind of thing where people had expectations of me and those expectations were on the edge of being perfect," says [actor Leslie] Nielsen. "Too many bigger things were expected. I'm just a bowlegged snowbilly from Canada.
It's also worth noting that a group named The Snowbillies (who later changed their name to Guilty as Charged) were playing in the Wisconsin area in the early 1990s.