schlub
also shlub noun Etymology: Yiddish zhlob, zhlub yokel, boor Date: 1950 slang a stupid, worthless, or unattractive person

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  • schlub — (n.) worthless oaf, 1964, from Yiddish, perhaps from Pol. ЕјЕ‚ób in a sense blockhead …   Etymology dictionary

  • schlub — AND zhlub [Jlab OR 3lab] n. a dull, unpolished person, usually a male. (Yiddish.) □ I spent the whole evening listening to that schlub from New Hampshire. □ Hank’s no zhlub. He’s just eccentric …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • schlub — /shlub/, n. zhlob. * * * …   Universalium

  • schlub — noun A person who is socially awkward, unattractive, clumsy, or oafish …   Wiktionary

  • schlub — [ʃlʌb] (also shlub) noun N. Amer. informal a talentless, unattractive, or boorish person. Origin 1960s: Yiddish shlub, perh. from Polish żłób …   English new terms dictionary

  • schlub — /ʃlʌb/ (say shlub) noun US Colloquial (derogatory) a person who is regarded as clumsy and stupid. {Yiddish, from Polish zhlob trough} …   Australian English dictionary

  • schlub — /shlub/, n. zhlob …   Useful english dictionary

  • schlub (schlob) — n American alternative or earlier forms of slob …   Contemporary slang

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