Definition for TUT'TY

TUT'TY, n. [It. tuzia; Low L. tutia.]

  1. An argillaceous ore of zink, found in Persia, formed on cylindrical molds into tubular pieces, like the bark of a tree. It is said to be made of a glutinous, argillaceous earth, like clay which is put into pots, moistened and baked. Cyc.
  2. An impure protoxyd of zink, used in medicine.

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