- very drunk; so drunk as to be unconscious or not know what one is doing.
Origin of blotto
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Historical Examples of blotto
We ceased to think there was any harm in being occasionally "blotto" at night, or in employing the picturesque army word "bloody."Tell England
- slang unconscious, esp through drunkenness
Word Origin for blotto
C20: from blot 1 (vb); compare blot out
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Word Origin and History for blotto
"drunk," c.1905, from some signification of blot (v.) in its "soak up liquid" meaning.
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