Definitions for BUTEbyut; ˈbyut ʃɪər, -ʃər
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Origin: From its middle syllable.
Bute is a town in the Mid North of South Australia, approximately 40 kilometres east of Wallaroo and 24 kilometres west of Snowtown. It was proclaimed as a town in 1884 and named after the Isle of Bute, in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland. Attractions to the town include the nearby Bute tannery, Bute Hobbies Bromeliad Display Gardens and the Bute Hotel The town is surrounded by agricultural and pastoral land. Bute was the original site of the Yorke Peninsula Field Days in 1895; they are now held outside Paskeville.
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an island in the Firth of Clyde, about 16 m. long and from 3 to 5 broad, N. of Arran, nearly all the Marquis of Bute's property, with his seat at Mount Stuart, and separated from the mainland on the N. by a winding romantic arm of the sea called the "Kyles of Bute."
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