- nasal mucus: sometimes considered mildly vulgar
- a person, esp. a young person, who is impudent, insolent, etc.
Origin of snotMiddle English ; from Old English (ge)snot, mucus, akin to German dialect, dialectal schnutz: for Indo-European base see snout
- Nasal mucus; phlegm.
- An annoying, arrogant, or impertinent person.
Origin of snotMiddle English, from Old English gesnot.
(countable and uncountable, plural snots)
(third-person singular simple present snots, present participle snotting, simple past and past participle snotted)
From Old English gesnot, from the same base as snout.