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InterlingueEdit

NounEdit

gutte (plural guttes)

  1. drop (of water etc.)

LatinEdit

Middle EnglishEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Old English guttas (a plurale tantum), from Proto-Germanic *gut-.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

gutte (plural guttes or gutten)

  1. One of the organs inside a creature's chest:
    1. The intestines/alimentary canal or a section of that organ.
    2. Animal intestines when used as food for humans or pets.
    3. (rare) The protective coating of the intestines.
    4. (rare) Catgut; cords made from guts.
  2. The chest or abdominal region, especially when representing excessive eating.
  3. (rare) The inside or deepest reaches of something.

Usage notesEdit

This noun tends to be found in the plural in Middle English.

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