mut

1
[ muht ]
/ mʌt /

noun

Definition for mut (2 of 4)

mut

2
[ muht ]
/ mʌt /

noun Printing.

Origin of mut

2
by shortening

Definition for mut (3 of 4)

mutt

or mut

[ muht ]
/ mʌt /

noun Slang.

a dog, especially a mongrel.
a stupid or foolish person; simpleton.

Origin of mutt

1900–05, Americanism; short for muttonhead

Definition for mut (4 of 4)

mut.


mutilated.
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British Dictionary definitions for mut (1 of 2)

mut

/ (mʌt) /

noun

printing another word for em (def. 1)

Word Origin for mut

C20: shortened from mutton

British Dictionary definitions for mut (2 of 2)

mutt

/ (mʌt) /

noun slang

an inept, ignorant, or stupid person
a mongrel dog; cur

Word Origin for mutt

C20: shortened from muttonhead
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