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snot

 (snŏt)
n. Slang
1. Nasal mucus; phlegm.
2. An annoying, arrogant, or impertinent person.

[Middle English, from Old English gesnot.]

snot

(snɒt)
n (usually considered vulgar)
1. (Physiology) nasal mucus or discharge
2. slang a contemptible person
[Old English gesnot; related to Old High German snuzza, Norwegian, Danish snot, German schneuzen to blow one's nose]

snot

(snɒt)

n.
1. Slang: Sometimes Vulgar. mucus from the nose.
2. Informal. an impudently disagreeable person.
[1350–1400; Middle English snotte; compare Old English gesnot, Middle Low German, Middle Dutch snotte, Dan snot]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.snot - a person regarded as arrogant and annoyingsnot - a person regarded as arrogant and annoying
disagreeable person, unpleasant person - a person who is not pleasant or agreeable
2.snot - nasal mucus
mucous secretion, mucus - protective secretion of the mucus membranes; in the gut it lubricates the passage of food and protects the epithelial cells; in the nose and throat and lungs it can make it difficult for bacteria to penetrate the body through the epithelium
Translations
snørrsnørrunge

snot

[snɒt] N
1. (= mucus) → mocos mpl, mocarro m
2. (= person) → mocoso/a m/f insolente

snot

[ˈsnɒt] nmorve f

snot

n (inf)Rotz m (inf)

snot

[snɒt] n (fam) → moccio

snot

n (vulg) mucosidad f (form), mocos
References in classic literature ?
The long, dark streak of the gliding weapon, and the little bubbling vortex which followed its rapid flight, were easily to be seen: but it was not until the handle snot again into the air by its own reaction, and its master catching it in his hand, threw its tines uppermost, that Elizabeth was acquainted with the success of the blow.
Snot, it transpires, was a Saxon Chief who founded a homestead on the site of modern-day Nottingham - Snotta inga ham (home of Snot's people, the Snots).
Yes, that snot of snots Sharpay is played by a real-life 21-year-old.