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From Yiddish זשלאָב(zhlob), perhaps from Polish żłób (manger, trough; furrow, large groove in the soil).[1] Compare Russian жлоб (žlob).

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schlub (plural schlubs)

  1. (chiefly US, informal) A person who is clumsy, oafish, or socially awkward, or unattractive or unkempt.

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