noun \ˈhət\

: a small and simple house or building

Full Definition of HUT

:  an often small and temporary dwelling of simple construction :  shack
:  a simple shelter from the elements
hut verb

Examples of HUT

  1. <smoke rose from a fisherman's hut on the shore of the lake>

Origin of HUT

French hutte, from Old French hute, from Old High German hutta hut; probably akin to Old English hȳd skin, hide
First Known Use: 1655

Rhymes with HUT


interjection \ˈhət, ˈhəp\

Definition of HUT

—used to mark a marching cadence

Origin of HUT

probably alteration of 1hep
First Known Use: 1948


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