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slubberdegullion

/ˌslʌbədɪˈɡʌlɪən/
noun
1.
(archaic) a slovenly or worthless person
Word Origin
C17: from slubber (chiefly dialect variant of slobber) + invented ending
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slubberdegullion
"a slobbering or dirty fellow, a worthless sloven," 1611, from slubber "to daub, smear" (1530), probably from Du. or Low Ger. Second element appears to be an attempt to imitate French; perhaps related to O.Fr. goalon "a sloven."
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