There are 2 definitions of scut in English:

scut1

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Pronunciation: /skʌt
 
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noun

The short tail of a hare, rabbit, or deer.
More example sentences
  • Across the sward (rife with sandroses, wood anemones and wild cyclamen) a hare, its scut uplifted in alarm, scampers from the running crouch of a greyhound.
  • He discovered a rabbit's tail is actually called a scut.

Origin

late Middle English: of unknown origin; compare with obsolete scut 'short', also 'shorten'.

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Word of the day hypnopompic
Pronunciation: ˌhɪpnə(ʊ)ˈpɒmpɪk
adjective
relating to the state immediately preceding waking up

There are 2 definitions of scut in English:

scut2

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Pronunciation: /skʌt
 
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noun

informal , chiefly Irish
A person perceived as foolish, contemptible, or objectionable: go away, you dirty little scut!
More example sentences
  • I recently fought tooth and nail with a young scut of a 28 year old over dancing rights.
  • I was a young little scut and this guy was already old when I started and it was a great situation to be in.
  • The prez didn't pick him because he all of sudden turned from a vicious slippery little scut into a nice guy; he picked him because he would be effective advancing the president's agenda.

Origin

late 19th century: of unknown origin.

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Word of the day hypnopompic
Pronunciation: ˌhɪpnə(ʊ)ˈpɒmpɪk
adjective
relating to the state immediately preceding waking up