cutty

adjective
cut·ty | \ ˈkə-tē , ˈku̇- \

Definition of cutty 

(Entry 1 of 2)

dialectal, chiefly British

cutty

noun
cut·ty | \ ˈkə-tē , ˈku̇- \
plural -es

Definition of cutty (Entry 2 of 2)

1 [ short for cutty spoon ] chiefly Scottish & Irish : a short spoon

2 [ short for cutty pipe ] chiefly British : a short tobacco pipe

3 chiefly Scottish

a : a small or mischievous girl

b [ perhaps from 2cut (trollop) + -y ] : a woman of loose morals : baggage

4 dialectal, British : wren

5 Scottish : hare

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Adjective

cut entry 2 + -y

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