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8.
To have a large amount of.
I have a lot of shit going on right now.

I don't have a lot of money.
by Shake. August 03, 2006
 
9.
The modern alternative spelling of "a lot".
When asked by his editor why he always spelt alot as one word, Dave wrote back:

"See, you are a prisoner of the English language and I am a language pirate. You are the British with their stuffy coats and large boring navies and I am sailing the high seas of the language with my crew in a fast, nimble ship evading you at every moment plundering the language for the good of the reader and keeping the written sea free of your rules. I've hoisted my flag and given you my finger. Alot."
by oblivionboy February 03, 2013
 
10.
A large amount of a noun/feeling.
I have a lot of weed.

I have a lot of happiness.
by Shake. July 24, 2006
 
11.
many, an abundance.

ps; it is TWO WORDS.
I have a lot of peaches.
by LindseyLou09 June 07, 2007
 
12.
Two words.
English teacher (teaching class): It's two words. A lot is TWO WORDS.

Student note being passed around: She screams alot lol

(Teacher picks up note, reads it)

Teacher: AAAAGGGGAAAARHHERAGH!

(Teacher loses marbles)
by OhCocoa September 08, 2011
 
13.
(noun) The Alot is a big furry creature that looks something like a cross between a pug, a yak and a bear. It is most well-known for its superior swimming abilities. This animal is commonly mistaken as another way of saying "a lot".
"I like this alot more" THIS MEANS: "I like this Alot more than that Alot" DOES NOT MEAN: "I like this a lot more"

"Alot of fire" THIS MEANS: "This Alot is made of fire" DOES NOT MEAN: "That is a lot of fire"

"Charging alot" THIS MEANS: "The Alot is charging" DOES NOT MEAN: "This is charging a lot"

"Alot better at swimming than Michael Phelps" THIS MEANS: "The Alot is better at swimming than Michael Phelps DOES NOT MENA: "<noun> is a lot better at swimming than Michael Phelps"
by iamameme January 19, 2013
 
14.
The Alot is an imaginary creature that Allie brosh made up to help herself deal with my compulsive need to correct other people's grammar. It kind of looks like a cross between a bear, a yak and a pug. Source: hyperboleandahalf. blogspot. com/2010/04/alot-is-better-than-you-at-everything.html (without spaces)
I like this Alot more.
by waterdude125 July 04, 2011