- n. slang, surfing Short for a cutback.
- n. colloquial A t-shirt that has had the sleeves removed.
- n. Scotland alternative spelling of cutty. Someone or something common and short or small.
- n. Scotland, archaic A hare.
- n. Scotland, archaic The Black Guillemot.
- adj. Scotland Short, shortened or small. alternative spelling of cutty.
- From cut. (Wiktionary)
“Of course, if you argue on behalf of the cuttie, you almost have to do the same for other non-sportfish species like the humpback chub and pike minnow ... all natives ... all pressured to the brink by human manipulation of the environment.”
“Truthfully, I'd trade 100 20-inch tailwater rainbows for just one 10-inch greenback cuttie.”
“The message A got fae him wis jist as ye see 't: nae salutation at the stairt, nae signature at the end, jist twa-three cuttie lines o naistiness.”
“Abe…cuttie..you mean spanking hot as well and I would be looking for Captain Jane Willet, Commander of Her Majesties Armed Ship, HMAS HAVOCK!”
“Link | July 28th, 2008 at 9:52 pm cuttie wrote, look at the horses shadow it looks like a dog if u look at it right and look at the dog pic it does look fake people r so retarted love ya”
“She was without question the hottest cuttie on the Council Floor!”
“I am a black cuttie girl and I just met my love half year ago and we will get married next month, and interracial love of course.”
“In the county of Aberdeen, in particular, every homestead had its reservoir of "Graith,"  and the "Lit-pig,"  which stood by every fireside, was as familiar an article of furniture in the cots of the peasantry, as the "cuttie-stool," or the "meal girnel.”
The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom Considered in Their Various Uses to Man and in Their Relation to the Arts and Manufactures; Forming a Practical Treatise & Handbook of Reference for the Colonist, Manufacturer, Merchant, and Consumer, on the Cultivation, Preparation for Shipment, and Commercial Value, &c. of the Various Substances Obtained From Trees and Plants, Entering into the Husbandry of Tropical and Sub-tropical Regions, &c.
“Tibbie Birse was even mair brazen," said the post, "for the sly cuttie opened at Kings and pretended it was Ezra.”
“To gie her her due, she's cracky, and as for her being a cuttie, you've said yoursel, Mr. Dishart, that we're all desperately wicked, But we're sair tried.”
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Turned this up on etymonline.com (link). It's amazing.
1937, coined in the fantasy tales of J.R.R. Tolkien (1892-1973).
On a blank leaf I scrawled: 'In a hole...
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