buttinsky

or butt·in·ski

[ buht-in-skee ]
/ bʌtˈɪn ski /

noun, plural butt·in·skies. Slang.

a person who interferes in the affairs of others; meddler.

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Origin of buttinsky

1900–05, Amer.; butt in intrude + -sky, extracted from Slavic surnames
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