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butut

[ boo-toot ]
/ ˈbu tut /
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noun, plural bu·tut, bu·tuts.

a bronze coin of The Gambia, one 100th of a dalasi.

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Origin of butut

First recorded in 1970–75; from Wolof butuut, literally, “something small, the small one,” from tuuti “to be small”
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British Dictionary definitions for butut

butut
/ (bʊˈtʊt) /

noun

a Gambian monetary unit worth one hundredth of a dalasi
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