bt.


abbreviation
  1. boat.

  2. bought.

Words Nearby bt.

Other definitions for Bt. (2 of 4)

Bt.

abbreviation
  1. Baronet.

Other definitions for B.t. (3 of 4)

B.t.

Other definitions for B.T. (4 of 4)

B.T.

abbreviation
  1. Bachelor of Theology.

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How to use bt. in a sentence

  • Tens of thousands of people are attending the BT Live Sites in Hyde Park, Victoria Park, and elsewhere.

  • In the twelfth century the old system of wer and bt is already vanishing, though an antiquarian lawyer may yet try to revivify it.

    Domesday Book and Beyond | Frederic William Maitland
  • He made out a recurrent phrase, however, which he recognized as a proper name: Bt-Yakin.

    Jewels of Gwahlur | Robert E. Howard
  • He gathered that the writer, the mysterious Bt-Yakin, had come from afar with his servants, and entered the valley of Alkmeenon.

    Jewels of Gwahlur | Robert E. Howard
  • Bt-Yakin had dwelt in the valley when the priests came of old to bow before dead Yelaya.

    Jewels of Gwahlur | Robert E. Howard
  • Bt-Yakin was dead, shriveled to a hulk of wrinkled leather and bound in his hollowed crypt to greet the rising sun for ever.

    Jewels of Gwahlur | Robert E. Howard

British Dictionary definitions for bt (1 of 4)

bt1

abbreviation for
  1. beat

British Dictionary definitions for bt (2 of 4)

bt2

the internet domain name for
  1. Bhutan

British Dictionary definitions for Bt (3 of 4)

Bt

abbreviation for
  1. Baronet

British Dictionary definitions for BT (4 of 4)

BT

abbreviation for
  1. British Telecom

Origin of BT

4
C20: shortened from telecommunications

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