- an impure oxide of zinc obtained from the flues of smelting furnaces, or a similar substance occurring as a native mineral, used chiefly as a polishing powder.
Origin of tutty
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Melt the wax with the lard over a gentle fire, and sprinkle in the tutty, continually stirring them till the ointment is cold.
Say, Tutty,” says I, “do you really mean to put over a bluff the size of that?
But look here, Tutty,” says I, “just what sort of enterprise do you think you can direct?
This was the impure protoxide of zinc deposited in the furnace outlets, and is modern "tutty."De Re Metallica
Mr. Tutty officiated in the open air until the necessary church accommodation could be obtained.History of Halifax City
Thomas B. Akins
- finely powdered impure zinc oxide obtained from the flues of zinc-smelting furnaces and used as a polishing powder