Meaning of GLUTTON in English

GLUTTON

noun Etymology: Middle English glotoun, from Anglo-French glutun, glotun, from Latin ~-, glutto; akin to Latin gluttire to swallow, gula throat, Old English ceole Date: 13th century 1. one given habitually to greedy and voracious eating and drinking, one that has a great capacity for accepting or enduring something , wolverine 1a

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