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- n. Variant of catty2.
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- n. any of various units of weight used in southeastern Asia (especially a Chinese measure equal to 500 grams)
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Our Daddy-O is a Weegie Norwegian Forest cattie and he has abundant toe folage between the blak jellybean toes ov doom.
They were seldom long out of sight of cattie, but no more cows charged—these cattle fled like deer the moment they saw the riders.
This mixture is fed to the cattie using a bamboo tube (as shown above) once or twice daily.
P. notes: "The manuscript here wasn't very legible, but I fear that at last the poor polite moosie was eaten up by that hard-hearted cattie."
But he seemed quite disgusted when I ventured to suggest that a well-conditioned cattie or bullhead, caught in the same waters was better than either.
The chief riches of the inhabitants are their biack - cattie, which thrive well on the coarfe four herbage.
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