totty

totty

(ˈtɒtɪ)
n
informal Brit people, esp women, collectively considered as sexual objects
[C19: diminutive of tot1]
Translations

totty

[ˈtɒtɪ] N (Brit) → nenas fpl, tías fpl, titis fpl
a nice piece of tottyuna tía buenísima

totty

n (Brit inf) → Weiber pl (inf); a nice piece of tottyein tolles Weib (inf)
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I tould 'ike a bit o' pum-take," rejoined Totty, who seemed to be provided with several relays of requests; at the same time, taking the opportunity of her momentary leisure to put her fingers into a bowl of starch, and drag it down so as to empty the contents with tolerable completeness on to the ironing sheet.
I can no more help spending my life in trying to do what I can for the souls of others, than you could help running if you heard little Totty crying at the other end of the house; the voice would go to your heart, you would think the dear child was in trouble or in danger, and you couldn't rest without running to help her and comfort her.
The nurse-girl who sent Jenny to see what Tommy and Totty were doing and "tell 'em they mustn't" knew infantile nature.
Nay, nay, your head I can see is still totty, and i' faith little head would you have, had your bassinet not stood your friend.
I tell thee, fellow, I was somewhat totty when I received the good knight's blow, or I had kept my ground under it.
Barber landed the final race on the Plumpton card at the last meeting via Smart Boy, who bolted up by 30 lengths, and he can do likewise with Posh Totty in the Read Barry Geraghty's Blog On attheraces.
THESE are the pictures one of Huddersfield Town's most popular fans - Totty - thought he might never see.
Predicting where the market Martin Totty, HomeLet's chief executive officer, said the changes could be explained by a "seasonal" increase in tenants looking to move.
Martin Totty, boss of Barbon Insurance Group who run HomeLet, said: "Ultimately, rents will be determined by supply and demand in the private rental sector.
Martin Totty, boss of Barbon Insurance Group which runs HomeLet, said: "Ultimately, rents will be determined by supply and demand in the private rental sector.
Pictured, FDCS fundraisers, cyclist Philip Hett, Kenny Totty and Elwyn Davies Family fun for 5 years of Deaf Children's Society FLINTSHIRE Deaf Children's Society (FDCS) are holding a Family Fun Day on Sunday, June 5, from 11am, to celebrate their fifth year in operation.
So I'm surprised that respected political journalist Isabel Hardman reported Tory MP Colonel Bob Stewart to the party whips for sidling up to her, saying: "I want to talk to the totty.