There are 2 definitions of natty in English:

natty1

Syllabification: nat·ty
Pronunciation: /ˈnatē
 
/

adjective (nattier, nattiest)

informal

Derivatives

nattily

adverb
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  • A line of nattily dressed corporate vice presidents - looking distinctly out of place in such a dive - sit at the counter reading menus.
  • Koch is dressed nattily, as usual - crisp chinos and a long-waisted Cuban shirt - and he works the room like a seasoned pro.
  • Beside her is her smaller, slimmer, nattily dressed partner.

nattiness

noun
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  • There is a kind of theatrical nattiness to his outfit today.
  • Ms. Prada's collection is all British nattiness, with the tailoring coming from high-tech stretch fabrics and the richness from waves of bottle green, camels and grays.
  • The nattiness and pizzazz I've described are intentionally amusing.

Origin

late 18th century (originally slang): perhaps related to neat1.

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Pronunciation: skōSH
noun
a small amount; a little

There are 2 definitions of natty in English:

natty2

Syllabification: nat·ty
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈnatē/

adjective

[attributive]
  • (Among Rastafarians) denoting hair that is unstraightened, uncombed, or matted, as in dreadlocks.
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    • The hippie had natty blond hair, and large, vacant-looking eyes with wrinkles around them.

Origin

variant of knotty.

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