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the combined stakes of the betters
pot, jackpot, kittynoun
the cumulative amount involved in a game (such as poker)
young domestic cat
kitty, kitty-cat, puss, pussy, pussycatnoun
informal terms referring to a domestic cat
The percentage taken out of a pool to pay for refreshments, or for the expenses of the table; by extension, any pool of money aggregated from small contributions. R. F. Foster.
A kitten or young cat.
A pet name for a cat.
A money pool, as for a card game, or for shared expenses.
In a home game, a small, specified amount taken from each pot to pay the host's expenses.
A less vulgar slang term for female genitals.
A diminutive of Katherine and related female given names.
Etymology: A diminutive of kitten by adding -y.
Jennifer Dunn, commonly known as Kitty, is the drummer in the American synthpunk band Mindless Self Indulgence.
The numerical value of Kitty in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of Kitty in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Examples of Kitty in a Sentence
One foot on Mount Olympus, the other in the kitty litter.
I'm enjoying this process. until I get the thumbs up, I'm not leaving the house. I enjoy my surroundings. I enjoy my apartment. I've got plenty of cat food, kitty litter, I've got plenty of food here. My cable works, you know, it smells beautiful. It looks beautiful in here. I have a perfect view of everything.
This is the year when we reach our Kitty Hawk moment, which in our terms means the demonstration of the full technology of Hyperloop working at scale, fully deployed with the four primary innovations that we are working on.
After the bikes, we met Kitty Hawk and Kitty Hawk said,' Put rotors on it. Let's build a flying car,' we want to design something that's truly useful, and that will improve the way people carry themselves around.
It's just amazing to walk around here and see only Hello Kitty.
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- kattekilling, killingDanish
- Kitty, Mieze, KätzchenGerman
- κοινό ταμείο, ψιψίναGreek
- kanjo, kaĉjoEsperanto
- minino, gatitoSpanish
- גּוּר חֲתוּלִים, חֲתַלְתּוּל, חֲתַלְתּוּלָה, גּוּרַת חֲתוּלִיםHebrew
- micetto, gattino, micio, micinoItalian
- 小猫, 子猫, ネコちゃん, 子ネコ, ニャンコ, 仔猫, キティJapanese
- 고양이, 나비, 냐옹Korean
- маче, маченцеMacedonian
- kattenjong, katjeDutch
- киса, кошка, киска, кошечкаRussian
- hikatil, katül, katil, jikatil, jikatül, hikatülVolapük
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