sloven

  • 1 sloven — SLOVÉN, Ă, sloveni, e s.m. şi f., adj. 1. s.m. şi f. Persoană care face parte din populaţia de bază a Sloveniei sau este originară de acolo. 2. adj. Care aparţine Sloveniei sau populaţiei ei, privitor la Slovenia sau la populaţia ei. ♦… …

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  • 2 Sloven — Slov en, n. [D. slaf careless, negligent, a sloven; akin to LG. sluf slovenly.] A man or boy habitually negligent of neathess and order; the correlative term to slattern, or slut. Pope. [1913 Webster] He became a confirmed sloven. Macaulay. [1913 …

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  • 3 sloven — mid 15c., immoral woman, later also rascal, knave (regardless of gender); probably from M.Flem. sloovin a scold, related to sloef untidy, shabby, from P.Gmc. *slup (Cf. Du. slof “careless, negligent”) + O.Fr. suffix ain, from L. anus …

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  • 4 sloven — [sluv′ən] n. [ME slovein, prob. < MDu slof, lax, limp (< IE base * (s)leubh , to hang loosely > SLOBBER, Lith slùbnas, limp) + Anglo Fr ain, ein, AN] a person who is careless in appearance, habits, work, etc.; dirty or untidy person …

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  • 5 sloven — /sluv euhn/, n. 1. a person who is habitually negligent of neatness or cleanliness in dress, appearance, etc. 2. a person who works, acts, speaks, etc., in a negligent, slipshod manner. [1400 50; late ME sloveyn, perh. < MD slof careless (D slof… …

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  • 6 sloven — I. noun Etymology: Middle English sloveyn slut, rascal, perhaps from Middle Dutch slof negligent Date: 15th century one habitually negligent of neatness or cleanliness especially in personal appearance II. adjective Date: 1815 slovenly …

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  • 7 sloven — noun a) A man or boy habitually negligent of neatness and order; the male equivalent of slattern, or slut; untidy, dirty. b) low, base, lewd …

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  • 8 Sloven — is., öz. Slavların güney kolundan bir ulus veya bu ulustan olan kimse, İsloven …

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  • 9 sloven — slov·en || slÊŒvn n. careless and negligent person; untidy or unclean person …

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  • 10 sloven — novels …

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  • 11 sloven — [ slʌv(ə)n] noun dated a person who is habitually untidy or careless. Origin C15: perh. from Flemish sloef dirty or Du. slof careless, negligent …

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  • 12 sloven — n slattern, drab, draggletail, slut, trollop, Sl. slob, dowd, frump, Sl. pig, slovenly person, Sl. mess …

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  • 13 sloven — slov·en …

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  • 14 sloven — slov•en [[t]ˈslʌv ən[/t]] n. 1) a person who is habitually unclean or untidy in dress, appearance, or the like 2) a person who works, acts, speaks, etc., in a negligent, slipshod manner • Etymology: 1400–50; late ME sloveyn, perh. < MD slof… …

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  • 15 sloven — /ˈslʌvən / (say sluvuhn) noun 1. someone who is habitually negligent of neatness or cleanliness in dress, appearance, etc. 2. someone who works, or does anything, in a negligent, slipshod manner. {Middle English sloveyn. Compare Dutch slof… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 16 sloven — s ( en, er) …

    Clue 9 Svensk Ordbok

  • 17 sloven — n. a person who is habitually untidy or careless. Etymology: ME perh. f. Flem. sloef dirty or Du. slof careless …

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  • 18 Sloven Gradecas — Sp Sloveñ Grãdecas Ap Slovenj Gradec L Slovėnija …

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  • 19 FK Sloven Ruma — FK Sloven is a Serbian football club based in Ruma, Serbia. They play on stadion Borkovacka dolina in Orlovićeva 100, Ruma. HistoryCurrent team …

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  • 20 novels — sloven …

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