Meaning of slobberer in English:

slobberer

Pronunciation /ˈslɒb(ə)rə/

noun

  • 1A person or animal who slobbers: one who drools copiously or excessively; a messy or noisy eater or drinker; a wet or enthusiastic kisser; (humorously) a small child, a pet (especially a dog).

  • 2 figurative A person who speaks or writes in a way regarded as foolish, superficial, or excessively sentimental. Also in later use: one who is excessively effusive, obsequious, or enthusiastic.

Origin

Mid 18th century; earliest use found in Henry Fielding (1707–1754), author and magistrate. From slobber + -er.