- sloan, john,
- sloane ranger,
- sloane square,
- slob ice,
Origin of slob
Examples from the Web for slob
I think you could make a case that Chuck Hagel is not an anti-Semite, but he has been—and may still be—a slob.
Then us come t' th' slob ice where th' pan 'ad ground together, an' 'twas all thick, an' that was worse'n any.Adrift on an Ice-Pan|Wilfred T. Grenfell
Now it is "slob" mixed with snow born on the Newfoundland coast.A Labrador Doctor|Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
And I'm a fool—and a slob—and a mutt-head—even when I'm not chock-full of lightning, as you call it!Little Eve Edgarton|Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
Word Origin for slob
1780, "mud, muddy land," from Irish slab "mud, mire dirt," itself probably borrowed from English slab "muddy place" (c.1600), from a Scandinavian source (cf. Icelandic slabb "sludge"). The meaning "untidy person" is first recorded 1887, from earlier expressions such as slob of a man (1861).