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tut·ty

 (tŭt′ē)
n. pl. tut·ties
An impure zinc oxide obtained as a sublimate from the flues of zinc-smelting furnaces and used as a polishing powder.

[Middle English tutie, from Old French, from Arabic tūtīyā, from Persian, from Sanskrit tuttham, blue vitriol, probably of Dravidian origin; akin to Kannada tutta.]

tutty

(ˈtʌtɪ)
n
(Elements & Compounds) finely powdered impure zinc oxide obtained from the flues of zinc-smelting furnaces and used as a polishing powder
[C14: from Old French tutie, from Arabic tūtiyā, probably from Persian, from Sanskrit tuttha]
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