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Definition of dutt

dutt

  • Woolly hat.
    I see you are wearing your Hartlepool FC dutt.

    Last edited on Nov 14 1999. Submitted by Leigh S. from Longnewton, Stockton-on-Tees, UK on Nov 14 1999.

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