Definition of Butt:

  1. Traditional unit of volume for beer, equal to two hogsheads. In the UK it measures 108 imperial gallons (491 liters). In the US, 126 US gallons (477 liters).

  2. (of a person or animal) hit (someone or something) with the head or horns.

  3. A push or blow, typically given with the head.

Phonetic Pronunciation of Butt


Origin of word Butt

Late Middle English the noun apparently related to Dutch bot ‘stumpy’, also to buttock; the verb partly from butt, reinforced by abut.

Synonyms of Butt

Ram, Headbutt, Bunt, Thule, Ultima Thule, Abut, Abut on, Adjoin, Advance, Afterglow, Afterimage, Aim, Ankle, Articulate, Articulation, Assault, Backside, Bacon, Balance, Barrel, Batten, Batten down, Be contiguous, Be in contact, Bear, Bear upon, Bearing, Behind, Bit, Bitter end, Bolt, Boost, Border, Border on, Bottom, Bottom dollar, Boundary, Bowl, Breech, Buck, Buckle, Bull, Bulldoze, Bump, Bump against, Bunt, Butt against, Butt end, Buttocks, Button, By-end, By-purpose, Byword, Byword of reproach, Candle ends, Carton of cigarettes, Cervix, Chaff, Chip, Chitterlings, Chump, Chunk, Cig, Cigarette, Cigarette butt, Cigarette case, Clasp, Cleat, Clinch, Clip, Clipping, Closure, Cochon de lait, Collop, Communicate, Conjoin, Connect, Connecting link, Connecting rod, Connection, Coupling, Cracklings, Cram, Croup, Crowd, Crumb, Crupper, Cut, Cutting, Debris, Deck of cigarettes, Derision, Derriere, Destination, Detritus, Dig, Dollop, Dovetail, Drive, Driving force, Dupe, Elbow, Embrace, End, End in view, Extreme, Extremity, Fag, Fag end, Fair game, Fall guy, Fanny, Farthest bound, Fat back, Figure of fun, Filings, Final cause, Flitch, Fool, Force, Forward, Fossil, Fragment, Game, Gammon, Gazingstock, Gliding joint, Goad, Goal, Goat, Gob, Gobbet, Gudgeon, Gull, Ham, Ham steak, Haslet, Hasp, Haunches, Head, Headcheese, Hind end, Hinge, Hinged joint, Hip, Hitch, Hogshead, Holdover, Hook, Hunk, Hurtle, Husks, Hustle, Impel, Impulsion, Interface, Interfere, Interrupt, Intrude, Jab, Jam, Jambon, Jambonneau, Jest, Jestingstock, Jog, Joggle, Join, Joining, Joint, Joke, Jolt, Jostle, Jumping-off place, Juncture, Keg, Kibitz, Knee, Knuckle, Lard, Latch, Laughingstock, Leavings, Leftovers, Lie by, Limit, Line, Link, Lock, Lump, March, Mark, Meddle, Meet, Miter, Mock, Mockery, Modicum, Moiety, Monkey, Morsel, Mortise, Motive power, Move, Nail, Nates, Neck, Neighbor, Nib, Nudge, Object, Object in mind, Objective, Odds and ends, Offscourings, Orts, Paring, Parings, Particle, Patsy, Pedal, Peg, Picnic ham, Piece, Pieds de cochon, Pig, Pigeon, Pile drive, Pilgarlic, Pin, Pipe, Pivot, Pivot joint, Point, Poke, Pole, Pork, Porkpie, Posterior, Prat, Press, Pressure, Prey, Prod, Propel, Propelling, Propelment, Propulsion, Pulsion, Punch, Pursuit, Push, Pushing, Quarry, Quintain, Rabbet, Rags, Ram, Ram down, Rasher, Rattle, Rear, Rear end, Reason for being, Refuse, Relics, Remainder, Remains, Remnant, Residue, Residuum, Rest, Rivet, Roach, Roll, Row, Rubbish, Ruins, Rump, Run, Run against, Salt pork, Sawdust, Scarf, Scoop, Scourings, Scrap, Scraps, Screw, Seam, Sew, Shadow, Shake, Shard, Shaving, Shavings, Shiver, Shoulder, Shove, Shoving, Shred, Shunt, Side of bacon, Sitting duck, Skewer, Slice, Sliver, Small ham, Smithereen, Smoke, Snack, Snap, Snatch, Snip, Snipe, Snippet, Sowbelly, Splinter, Sport, Stand by, Staple, Stick, Stitch, Stock, Straw, Stress, Stub, Stubble, Stump, Sucker, Suckling pig, Survival, Suture, Sweep, Sweep along, Sweepings, Symphysis, Tack, Tag, Tag end, Tail, Tail end, Tamp, Target, Tatter, Teleology, Thrust, Tie rod, Tip, Toggle, Toggle joint, Touch, Toy, Trace, Treadle, Troll, Trotters, Trundle, Tun, Ultimate aim, Union, Verge, Verge upon, Vestige, Victim, Waste, Wedge, Weld, Wrist, Zipper

How to use Butt in a sentence?

  1. He would follow up with a butt from his head.
  2. She butted him in the chest with her head.

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