, n.;
pl. Tut-workmen ().
(Mining) One who does tut-work. Tomlinson.
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(?), n. [L.] Lit., thine; that which is thine; -- used in meum and tuum. See 2d Meum.
[Webster 1913 Suppl.]





(?), } n. & interj. Words imitative of the notes of the owl.
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Thy tu-whits are lulled, I wot,
Thy tu-whoos of yesternight.
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