Definition of pooter in English:

pooter

Line breaks: poo¦ter
Pronunciation: /ˈpuːtə/

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noun

chiefly Entomology
A bottle for collecting small insects and other invertebrates, having one tube through which they are sucked into the bottle and another, protected by muslin or gauze, which is sucked.

Origin

1930s: said to be from the name of William Poos (1891–1987), American entomologist.

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