used of men; markedly masculine in appearance or manner
(of male or female homosexuals) characterized by stereotypically male traits or appearance
A lesbian who appears masculine or acts in a masculine manner.
With a masculine appearance or attitude.
A male nickname
Origin: Originally it was probably used as an abbreviation of butcher. Later, in the 1940s, the sense "aggressive lesbian" was developed.
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The numerical value of BUTCH in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of BUTCH in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Examples of BUTCH in a Sentence
I ’m so glad I made a move to go to Butch, i feel like it’s better than it’s ever been and thank Butch for believing in me.
He's playing some phenomenal golf, i saw him this winter out in Vegas working with Butch, and you could tell then he was dialed in.
Milton realized what a wonderful chameleon Marilyn can be in front of the camera, they knowingly jumped off the cliff together, like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
I've never apologized for being a woman, for being gay, for being kind of butch, masculine of center. I am into it. Like, I like who I am, i think sometimes that has been challenging for folks.
He did a great job of helping me understand how I swing the golf club, what I need to do to be successful, the great thing about Butch is he's not technical at all. He instills confidence in you when you don't even realize he's doing it. We might have a three-hour practice session and he might say one thing about my swing and 15 things about the mental side of it, what you should be thinking in certain situations.
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- [[miesmäinen]] [[lesbo]], miesmäinenFinnish
- gouine, hommasse, camionneuseFrench
- בוץ 'Hebrew
- 못 쓰게 하다Korean
- mannelijk, pot, machoDutch
- traktorlesbeNorwegian Nynorsk
- butchflata, macho, manhaftig, manlig, truckflataSwedish
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