From Middle English splot, from Old English splott (“spot, blot, patch or plot of land”), from Proto-Germanic *spluttaz (“segment”), from Proto-Indo-European *splt-no- (“an off-split, segment”), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)pel- (“to split”). Related to split.
splot (plural splots)
splot m inan (diminutive splocik)
- tangle, a tangled twisted mass
- weave, pattern of weaving
- stitch, pattern of knitting
- (mathematics) convolution