[guht-uh] /ˈgʌt ə/
noun, plural guttae
[guht-ee] /ˈgʌt i/ (Show IPA)
a drop, or something resembling one.
Also called drop. Architecture. one of a series of pendent ornaments, generally in the form of a frustum of a cone, attached to the undersides of the mutules of the Doric entablature.
noun (pl) -tae (-tiː)
(architect) one of a set of small droplike ornaments, esp as used on the architrave of a Doric entablature
(med) (formerly used in writing prescriptions) a technical name for drop (sense 2) gt
gutta gut·ta (gŭt’ə)
n. pl. gut·tae (gŭt’ē’)
A drop, as of liquid medicine.
noun 1. .
[guht-uh-pur-chuh] /ˈgʌt əˈpɜr tʃə/ noun 1. the milky juice, nearly white when pure, of various Malaysian trees of the sapodilla family, especially Palaquium gutta. 2. the tough, rubberlike gum made from this and used as a dental cement, in the manufacture of golf balls, for insulating electric wires, etc. /ˈɡʌtəˈpɜːtʃə/ noun 1. any of several […]
- Gutta-percha point
gutta-percha point n. A cone of a gutta percha compound used for filling root canals in conjunction with a cement, paste, or plastic.
guttat. abbr. Latin guttatim (drop by drop) Latin guttatim (drop by drop)