Simple Definition of galoot
: a man or boy; especially : one who is foolish or awkward
Full Definition of galoot
: fellow; especially : one who is strange or foolish
Examples of galoot in a sentence
<he's a bighearted galoot, even if he's not the sharpest tool in the shed>
Origin of galoot
First Known Use: circa 1818
Rhymes with galoot
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