What does tut mean?

tut in AZ Dictionary

(i) always express irritation, impatience, or moderate reproof: "Tut, tut, youngster! ... Every Little Thing's got a moral, only if you'll find it” ( Lewis Carroll).
(i) See tut tut
(i) become nonetheless; hush; -- an exclamation utilized for checking or rebuking.
(v) to produce a tut tut sound of disapproval.
(v) total `tsk,' `tut,' or `tut-tut,' such as disapproval
(n) A tutorial.
(n) An imperial ensign comprising a golden world with a cross upon it.
(n) A hassock.
To project.
doing work because of the tut or tote; work by the piece.
An exclamation familiar with check always or rebuke, or even show impatience or contempt. It really is synonymous with tush.

tut in Community Dictionary

whenever a (usually large) woman's tits hang down to her instinct. by Sheilah UtterReport definition
ways "blah" in Olde English. by Guillermina MclarenReport definition
brief for "Tutorial" specifically on art community forums, manga community forums, etc. by IoneReport definition
its jst a noise you create with ya tongue. its like once you make a move incorrect oooor somthin absurd by Danelle CuddyReport definition
a style of dance produced by poppers from the 80'stut is within mention of "king tut", due to the types nature of imitating photos often depicted in hieroglyphics. Mr.Wiggles is noted for the use and teaching for this style. by FannyReport definition

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  • Sentence for "tut"
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  • Quotes for "tut"
  • Synonym for "tut"
    • hush, hassock, nonsense
  • Verb Forms for "tut"
    • tuts, tutted, tutting
  • Phrases for "tut"
    • tut tut, and tut
  • Rhyme for "tut"
    • Hutt, Knut, abut, but, butt
  • Hypernym for "tut"
    • emit, let out, let loose, utter
  • Same Context for "tut"
    • tush, parcouru, wizardwood, dearie, Cher
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