拼写变体自中古英语 splot,来自古英语 splott,斑点，污迹，词源同 spot.
- splotch (n.)
- c. 1600, "a broad, ill-defined spot," perhaps a blend of spot, blot, and/or botch. Old English had splott "spot, blot; patch of land." Related: Splotchy; splotchiness.
- 1. The kitten was black with white front paws and a white splotch on her chest.
- 2. There was still the rayed splotch in the upper right - hand corner where a tear had fallen.
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