[huht-uh-rahyt, hoo t-] /ˈhʌt əˌraɪt, ˈhʊt-/
a member of an Anabaptist sect following the principles of Jacob Hutter (d. 1536) of Moravia and practicing community of goods and nonconformity.
a member of an Anabaptist Christian sect founded in Moravia, branches of which established farming communities in western Canada and the northwest US
1640s, in reference to Moravian Anabaptist sect established by Jacob Hutter (d.1536) + -ite (1).
[huht] /hʌt/ noun 1. a small or humble dwelling of simple construction, especially one made of natural materials, as of logs or grass. 2. a simple roofed shelter, often with one or two sides left open. 3. Military. a wooden or metal structure for the temporary housing of troops. verb (used with object), hutted, hutting. […]
[huht-n] /ˈhʌt n/ noun 1. James, 1726–97, Scottish geologist: formulated uniformitarianism. /ˈhʌtən/ noun 1. James. 1726–97, Scottish geologist, regarded as the founder of modern geology 2. Sir Leonard, known as Len Hutton. 1916–90, English cricketer; the first professional captain of England (1953) Hutton (hŭt’n) Scottish geologist whose theories of rock and land formation laid the […]
[hoo-too] /ˈhu tu/ noun, plural Hutus (especially collectively) Hutu. 1. a member of a Bantu farming people of Rwanda and Burundi, in central Africa. /ˈhuːˌtuː/ noun (pl) -tu, -tus 1. a member of a Negroid people of Rwanda and Burundi
[hoo t-spuh, khoo t-] /ˈhʊt spə, ˈxʊt-/ noun, Slang. 1. unmitigated effrontery or impudence; gall. 2. audacity; nerve. Related Terms chutzpa adjective Bright andenergetic; vivacious: a nice, wholesome, chirpy, reasonably intelligent woman (1830s+)