- blotto "drunk," c.1905, from some signification of BLOT (Cf. blot) (v.) in its "soak up liquid" meaning.
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Blotto — may refer to:* Blotto, a reagent used in immunological assays * Blotto, a colloquial term meaning drunkenness * Blotto a 1930 Laurel and Hardy short comedy film * Blotto, an Albany, NY, rock band in the late 1970s and early 1980s. * Blotto games … Wikipedia
blotto — blot to adj. (bl[o^]t t[ o]) drunk. [colloq.] [PJC] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
blotto — ► ADJECTIVE informal ▪ extremely drunk … English terms dictionary
blotto — [blät′ō] adj. [< ? BLOT1] Slang very drunk; unconscious because of drinking too much SYN. DRUNK … English World dictionary
blotto — [“blado] 1. n. strong liquor. □ Let’s go get a little of that blotto. □ Let’s get some blotto and get blocked. 2. mod. alcohol intoxicated; dead drunk. □ Let’s get some smash and get blotto. □ … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
blotto — • a fairly old term for very drunk , pretty much replaced by newer terms. eg I got totally blotto last night … Londonisms dictionary
blotto — exhausted, bushed After studying for twelve hours, she was blotto very tired … English idioms
blotto — adjective Etymology: probably irregular from 2blot Date: 1917 slang drunk 1a … New Collegiate Dictionary
blotto — /blot oh/, adj. Slang. very drunk; so drunk as to be unconscious or not know what one is doing. [1915 20; BLOT1 (v.) + O] * * * … Universalium
blotto — adjective /ˈblɒtəʊ/ Drunk. Syn: mashed, sozzled … Wiktionary