- to gulp down; swallow
- to glut
Origin of englutOld French englotir ; from Late Latin ingluttire: see en- and amp; glut
transitive verben·glut·ted, en·glut·ting, en·gluts
Origin of englutAnglo-Norman englutir, from Late Latin ingl&umacron;t&imacron;re : Latin in-, intensive pref.; see in–2 + Latin glutt&imacron;re, to swallow.
(third-person singular simple present engluts, present participle englutting, simple past and past participle englutted)
Partly from Old French englotir, partly from en- + glut.