[ puhn-tee ]
/ ˈpʌn ti /
noun, plural pun·ties.
an iron rod used in glassmaking for handling the hot glass.
Words nearby punty
Origin of punty
First recorded in 1655–65; variant of pontil
Also called pontil.
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British Dictionary definitions for punty
/ (ˈpʌntɪ) /
noun plural -ties
a long iron rod used in the finishing process of glass-blowingAlso called: pontil
Word Origin for punty
C17: see pontil
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