Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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SLOTT, n. A lazy, stupid, dirty fellow, a sloven (Rnf. 1825 Jam.).

[Prob. a variant of Eng. slut. Cf. Sloit, Slotter and Eng. dial. slot, a dirty mess, and poss. Norw. dial. slott, a loafer.]

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