buter

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See also: bûter

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buter

  1. to stop dead
  2. to prop up, buttress
  3. (figuratively) to kill
  4. (figuratively) to obsess; to become obsessed

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From Old English butere, from Proto-Germanic *buterǭ, from Latin būtȳrum, from Ancient Greek βούτῡρον (boútūron).

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buter (uncountable)

  1. butter (spread made of churned cream)

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