ploot

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English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

See plout (action of plunging or submerging”, “heavy fall of rain”, “a splash).

Noun[edit]

ploot (plural ploots)

  1. (Scotland) obsolete spelling of plout [18th C.]
  2. (Northern Ireland) Alternative spelling of plout [20th C. onward]

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Etymology 2[edit]

See plute (plutocrat).

Noun[edit]

ploot (plural ploots)

  1. Alternative spelling of plute [20th C. onward]

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