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Date: 1300-1400
Origin: Perhaps from Middle Dutch slobberen 'to eat noisily'

slobber

verb
     
slob‧ber [intransitive]
HBAHBH to let saliva (=the liquid produced by your mouth) come out of your mouth and run down [= drool]:
I hate dogs that slobber everywhere.

slobber over something/somebody

phrasal verb
to show how much you want, like, or love someone or something, without controlling yourself:
I caught Rick slobbering over the models in a magazine.

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