Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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KUTTY, n. A thick oat bannock, sometimes baked on hot embers (Ork. 1929 Marw., Ork., Cai. 1960). Dim. kuttack, id. (Marw.). Comb. liver-kuttie, an oatmeal bannock mixed with fish-livers (Ib.).

[A variant of Cutty, n., 4., a small thick cake of oatbread with a hole in the centre.]

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