noun, plural gut·tae [guht-ee] /ˈgʌt i/.
Origin of gutta
Examples from the Web for gutta
The need for a substitute for gutta percha is even more acute than for artificial India rubber.
It is a disease of light-coloured eyes, as the gutta serena is of dark ones.Zoonomia, Vol. II|Erasmus Darwin
Like caoutchouc, gutta percha is able to combine with sulphur, and this vulcanized product has found some commercial applications.
The chief use of gutta percha is now for electrical purposes.
It had the game to itself up to 1848, which was the year that the gutta came in.The Spirit of the Links|Henry Leach