sloat

a lazy person, originating from bruce sloat. can also be used as an adjective: sloaty.

get out of bed, don't be a sloat.


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  • sloat — (sl[=o]t), n. [See {slot} a bar.] A narrow piece of timber which holds together large pieces; a slat; as, the sloats of a cart. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Sloat — John Drake Sloat John Drake Sloat (* 6. Juli 1781 in Sloatsburg, NY; † 28. November 1867 in New Brighton (Staten Island)) war ein US amerikanischer Marine Offizier und Militärgouverneur von Kalifornien. Inh …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sloat — This interesting surname has a number of possible origins. As a purely English name, it is medieval in origin and a topographical name denoting someone who lived by or at a muddy place, derived from the early Middle English word sclott . The… …   Surnames reference

  • sloat — variant of slote * * * sloat variant of slote …   Useful english dictionary

  • Sloat's Dam and Mill Pond — Blick auf das Wehr mit Blick nach Westen (2008) Sloat’s Dam and Mill Pond ist eine wasserbauliche Anlage zwischen Waldron Terrace und Ballard Avenue in Sloatsburg, New York in den Vereinigten Staaten. Das etwa 60 m lange Wehr staut den Ramapo… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sloat’s Dam and Mill Pond — Blick auf das Wehr mit Blick nach Westen (2008) Sloat’s Dam and Mill Pond ist ein Überfallwehr zwischen Waldron Terrace und Ballard Avenue in Sloatsburg, New York in den Vereinigten Staaten. Das etwa 60 m lange Wehr staut den Ramapo River zu …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • John D. Sloat — 1º gobernador Militar de California 7 de julio de 1846 – 23 de julio de 1846 …   Wikipedia Español

  • John D. Sloat — John Drake Sloat 1st Military Governor of California In office July 9 – 16, 1846 Preceded by William B. Ide (C …   Wikipedia

  • USS Sloat (DE-245) — For other ships of the same name, see USS Sloat. Career (US) …   Wikipedia

  • USS Sloat (DD-316) — The first USS Sloat (DD 316) was a Clemson class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. She was named for John Drake Sloat.History Sloat was laid down on 18 January 1919 by the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, San Francisco …   Wikipedia

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