Butler

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English[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

Butler

  1. An English and Irish occupational surname for someone who was a butler or wine servant surname​.
  2. An Anglicized form of the French surname Boutilier, Boutillier, Bouthillier, of similar derivation.
  3. A town in Alabama, USA, and the county seat of Choctaw County.
  4. A ghost town in California.
  5. A small city in Georgia, USA, and the county seat of Taylor County.
  6. A village in Illinois.
  7. A city in Indiana.
  8. A city and a county in Kentucky.
  9. A city and a county in Missouri.
  10. A borough in New Jersey.
  11. A town in New York.
  12. A village and a county in Ohio.
  13. A town in Oklahoma.
  14. A city in Pennsylvania, and the county seat of Butler County..
  15. A town in South Dakota.
  16. A town and a village in Wisconsin.

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Dutch[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English butler.

Proper noun[edit]

Butler ?

  1. An English and Irish occupational surname for someone who was a butler or wine servant surname​.

German[edit]

A Butler, domestic butler

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English butler.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

Butler m (genitive Butlers, plural Butler)

  1. A butler, chief male servant, majordomo

Proper noun[edit]

Butler ? (genitive Butler)

  1. An English and Irish occupational surname for someone who was a butler or wine servant surname​.

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