Definition of slobland in English:

slobland

noun

Irish
  • 1Flat, muddy or marshy land beside the sea or especially an estuary; especially that which is covered and exposed by the tide, mudflats.

  • 2A stretch of flat, muddy or marshy land beside the sea or especially an estuary; especially one which is covered and exposed by the tide, a mudflat.

Pronunciation

slobland

/ˈslɒbland/ /ˈslɒblənd/

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Lough Swilly & Lough Foyle Drainage Bill: Minutes of Evidence. From slob + land.