- A spoof on Betty - an attractive female with an expansive derriere.
Overheard at the reunion: Wow, did you see Jane? Back in the day she was a real Betty; but two kids later, she's more of a butty.
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Butty — may refer to:* Butty, a dumb (unpowered) boat towed on the British canal systems by a powered narrowboat * Butty (sandwich), a sandwich which has butter spread on the bread (British slang) * Raking in a sum of money from a (possibly illegal) deal … Wikipedia
Butty — But ty, n. (Mining) One who mines by contract, at so much per ton of coal or ore. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
butty — slice of bread and butter, 1855, northern English, from BUTTER (Cf. butter) + Y (Cf. y) (2) … Etymology dictionary
butty — (also buttie) ► NOUN (pl. butties) informal, chiefly N. English ▪ a sandwich. ORIGIN from BUTTER(Cf. ↑butter) … English terms dictionary
butty — , ’Ole but, Me ole Butty After a BBC radio broadcast in 1975 Mr M.J.Collins wrote to the present author as follows: ‘The above terms are in common and frequent use today throughout the Forest of Dean, and are exactly analagous to “cock” and … A dictionary of epithets and terms of address
butty — I Mawdesley Glossary a slice of bread buttered. II Liverpool Slang sandwich: another jam butty p.31; a streaky bacon butty … English dialects glossary
butty — UK [ˈbʌtɪ] / US noun [countable] Word forms butty : singular butty plural butties British informal a sandwich I, 1) … English dictionary
butty — 1. n. (pl. ies) 1 colloq. or dial. a mate; a companion. 2 hist. a middleman negotiating between a mine owner and the miners. 3 a barge or other craft towed by another. Phrases and idioms: butty gang a gang of men contracted to work on a large job … Useful english dictionary
butty — noun A sandwich, usually with a hot savoury filling in a breadcake. The most common are chips, bacon, sausage and egg. Lets have a bacon butty! … Wiktionary
butty — noun Butty is used after these nouns: ↑bacon … Collocations dictionary