schlub

schlub

[shluhb]
noun
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schlub (ʃlʌb)
 
n
slang (US) a coarse or contemptible person
 
[Yiddish, of uncertain origin]

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schlub
"worthless oaf," 1964, from Yiddish, perhaps from Pol. zlob "blockhead."
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