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tutty

noun tut·ty \ ˈtətē \

Definition of tutty

plural -es
: a yellow or brown amorphous substance that is obtained as a sublimation product in the flues of furnaces smelting zinc and that consists of a crude zinc oxide

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Origin and Etymology of tutty

Middle English tutie, from Middle French, from Arabic tūtiyā', from Persian, from Sanskrit tuttha, tūtaka


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tutty

noun tut·ty \ ˈtəti \

Definition of tutty

plural -es
dialectal, England

Origin and Etymology of tutty

origin unknown


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