There are 2 definitions of potty in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˈpɒti
 
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noun (plural potties)

  • A bowl used by small children as a toilet.
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    • The little potty has a little bowl that slides out so that you can easily dump it in the toilet and flush away your problems.
    • Leave a light on, or plug a night-light in so it's easy for them to get to the toilet during the night, or put a potty in the bedroom (with an old towel underneath it).
    • They were so excited about it, they sent out a three-page press release with the history of the unfortunate drinking vessel, claiming it may once have doubled as a potty.

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Pronunciation: skəʊʃ
noun
a small amount; a little

There are 2 definitions of potty in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˈpɒti
 
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adjective (pottier, pottiest)

informal , chiefly British
  • 2 [attributive] Insignificant or feeble: a potty little place
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    • Why couldn't be have gotten that potty little man we usually had as a substitute?
    • But you've still got to climb a lot of stairs or go into a potty little lift and find your way around.
    • It must have something enormously significant living, but we have reduced it to such a potty little affair

Derivatives

pottiness

noun
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  • The real reason, I think, behind his pottiness was that it helped him cope better with the demands and pressures of high-level sport.
  • The essential pottiness of it all becomes more obvious when you consider what it is you're getting when you get a passport or an ID card, and the extent to which they differ.

Origin

mid 19th century: of unknown origin.

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