sloven

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Flemish sloovin (a scold) related to sloef (untidy, shabby), from Proto-Germanic *slup- + Old French suffix -ain, from Latin -anus Related to slob, slow, sloth, slush, slurp, sloof, slattern, and slut.

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sloven (plural slovens)

  1. A man or boy habitually negligent of neatness and order; – the male equivalent of slattern, or slut; untidy, dirty.
  2. low, base, lewd
  3. (obsolete) immoral woman

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Dutch[edit]

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sloven

  1. Plural form of sloof

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sloven m (definite singular slovenen, indefinite plural slovenar, definite plural slovenane)

  1. Slovenian (person)

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Romanian[edit]

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Serbo-Croatian Sloven.

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sloven 4 nom/acc forms

  1. (of a person) Slovene, Slovenian

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sloven m (plural slovenifeminine equivalent slovenă)

  1. a Slovene/Slovenian person

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sloven c

  1. A person from Slovenia, chiefly male

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