See also: PUTs

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puts

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of put

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puts

  1. plural of put

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From Latin puteus. Compare Romanian puț.

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puts n (plural putsuri)

  1. well

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puts

  1. second-person singular present indicative form of pudir

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Possibly from either Middle Low German putse, pütte (wet hole, spring, cave), pute (sexual organ), or German Pfütze (puddle). Cognate to Votic puttsi.

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puts (genitive putsi, partitive putsi)

  1. (vulgar) female genitalia, especially the vulva

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puts c

  1. plaster

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