snot

[ snot ]
/ snɒt /

noun

Vulgar. mucus from the nose.
Informal. a disrespectful or supercilious person.

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Origin of snot

1350–1400; Middle English; compare Middle Low German, Middle Dutch snotte, Old English gesnot, Danish snot
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British Dictionary definitions for snot

snot
/ (snɒt) /

noun (usually considered vulgar)

nasal mucus or discharge
slang a contemptible person

Word Origin for snot

Old English gesnot; related to Old High German snuzza, Norwegian, Danish snot, German schneuzen to blow one's nose
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Medical definitions for snot

snot
[ snŏt ]

n.

Nasal mucus; phlegm.
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