5 letter words ending in ty
Agaty (a.) Of the nature of agate, or containing agate.
Amity (n.) Friendship, in a general sense, between individuals, societies, or nations; friendly relations; good understanding; as, a treaty of amity and commerce; the amity of the Whigs and Tories.
Aunty (n.) A familiar name for an aunt. In the southern United States a familiar term applied to aged negro women.
Batty (a.) Belonging to, or resembling, a bat.
Benty (a.) A bounding in bents, or the stalks of coarse, stiff, withered grass; as, benty fields.
Benty (a.) Resembling bent.
Betty (n.) A short bar used by thieves to wrench doors open.
Betty (n.) A name of contempt given to a man who interferes with the duties of women in a household, or who occupies himself with womanish matters.
Betty (n.) A pear-shaped bottle covered round with straw, in which olive oil is sometimes brought from Italy; -- called by chemists a Florence flask.
Bolty (n.) An edible fish of the Nile (genus Chromis).
Booty (n.) That which is seized by violence or obtained by robbery, especially collective spoil taken in war; plunder; pillage.
Butty (n.) One who mines by contract, at so much per ton of coal or ore.
Canty (a.) Cheerful; sprightly; lively; merry.
Catty (n.) An East Indian Weight of 1 1/3 pounds.
Cytty (a.) Short; as, a cutty knife; a cutty sark.
Cutty (n.) A short spoon.
Cutty (n.) A short tobacco pipe.
Cutty (n.) A light or unchaste woman.
Deity (n.) The collection of attributes which make up the nature of a god; divinity; godhead; as, the deity of the Supreme Being is seen in his works.
Deity (n.) A god or goddess; a heathen god.
Dirty (superl.) Defiled with dirt; foul; nasty; filthy; not clean or pure; serving to defile; as, dirty hands; dirty water; a dirty white.
Dirty (superl.) Sullied; clouded; -- applied to color.
Dirty (superl.) Sordid; base; groveling; as, a dirty fellow.
Dirty (superl.) Sleety; gusty; stormy; as, dirty weather.
Dirty (v. t.) To foul; to make filthy; to soil; as, to dirty the clothes or hands.
Dirty (v. t.) To tarnish; to sully; to scandalize; -- said of reputation, character, etc.
Ditty (v. t.) A saying or utterance; especially, one that is short and frequently repeated; a theme.
Ditty (v. t.) A song; a lay; a little poem intended to be sung.
Ditty (v. i.) To sing; to warble a little tune.
Dusty (superl.) Filled, covered, or sprinkled with dust; clouded with dust; as, a dusty table; also, reducing to dust.
Dusty (superl.) Like dust; of the color of dust; as a dusty white.
Empty (superl.) Containing nothing; not holding or having anything within; void of contents or appropriate contents; not filled; -- said of an inclosure, as a box, room, house, etc.; as, an empty chest, room, purse, or pitcher; an empty stomach; empty shackles.
Empty (superl.) Free; clear; devoid; -- often with of.
Empty (superl.) Having nothing to carry; unburdened.
Empty (superl.) Destitute of effect, sincerity, or sense; -- said of language; as, empty words, or threats.
Empty (superl.) Unable to satisfy; unsatisfactory; hollow; vain; -- said of pleasure, the world, etc.
Empty (superl.) Producing nothing; unfruitful; -- said of a plant or tree; as, an empty vine.
Empty (superl.) Destitute of, or lacking, sense, knowledge, or courtesy; as, empty brains; an empty coxcomb.
Empty (superl.) Destitute of reality, or real existence; unsubstantial; as, empty dreams.
Empty (n.) An empty box, crate, cask, etc.; -- used in commerce, esp. in transportation of freight; as, "special rates for empties."
Empty (v. t.) To deprive of the contents; to exhaust; to make void or destitute; to make vacant; to pour out; to discharge; as, to empty a vessel; to empty a well or a cistern.
Empty (v. i.) To discharge itself; as, a river empties into the ocean.
Empty (v. i.) To become empty.
Fatty (a.) Containing fat, or having the qualities of fat; greasy; gross; as, a fatty substance.
Fifty (a.) Five times ten; as, fifty men.
Fifty (n.) The sum of five tens; fifty units or objects.
Fifty (n.) A symbol representing fifty units, as 50, or l.
Fluty (a.) Soft and clear in tone, like a flute.
Footy (a.) Having foots, or settlings; as, footy oil, molasses, etc.
Footy (a.) Poor; mean.
Forty (a.) Four times ten; thirty-nine and one more.
Forty (n.) The sum of four tens; forty units or objects.
Forty (n.) A symbol expressing forty units; as, 40, or xl.
Fouty (a.) Despicable.
Fusty (superl) Moldy; musty; ill-smelling; rank.
Fusty (superl) Moping.
Genty (a.) Neat; trim.
Goety (n.) Invocation of evil spirits; witchcraft.
Gouty (a.) Diseased with, or subject to, the gout; as, a gouty person; a gouty joint.
Gouty (a.) Pertaining to the gout.
Gouty (a.) Swollen, as if from gout.
Gouty (a.) Boggy; as, gouty land.
Gulty (a.) Guilty.
Gusty (a.) Subject to, or characterized by, gusts or squalls; windy; stormy; tempestuous.
Gutty (a.) Charged or sprinkled with drops.
Hasty (n.) Involving haste; done, made, etc., in haste; as, a hasty sketch.
Hasty (n.) Demanding haste or immediate action.
Hasty (n.) Moving or acting with haste or in a hurry; hurrying; hence, acting without deliberation; precipitate; rash; easily excited; eager.
Hasty (n.) Made or reached without deliberation or due caution; as, a hasty conjecture, inference, conclusion, etc., a hasty resolution.
Hasty (n.) Proceeding from, or indicating, a quick temper.
Hasty (n.) Forward; early; first ripe.
Hefty (a.) Moderately heavy.
Janty (a.) See Jaunty.
Jetty (a.) Made of jet, or like jet in color.
Jetty (n.) A part of a building that jets or projects beyond the rest, and overhangs the wall below.
Jetty (n.) A wharf or pier extending from the shore.
Jetty (n.) A structure of wood or stone extended into the sea to influence the current or tide, or to protect a harbor; a mole; as, the Eads system of jetties at the mouth of the Mississippi River.
Jetty (v. i.) To jut out; to project.
Jolty (a.) That jolts; as, a jolty coach.
Jutty (n.) A projection in a building; also, a pier or mole; a jetty.
Jutty (v. t. & i.) To project beyond.
Laity (a.) The people, as distinguished from the clergy; the body of the people not in orders.
Laity (a.) The state of a layman.
Laity (a.) Those who are not of a certain profession, as law or medicine, in distinction from those belonging to it.
Lofty (superl.) Lifted high up; having great height; towering; high.
Lofty (superl.) Fig.: Elevated in character, rank, dignity, spirit, bearing, language, etc.; exalted; noble; stately; characterized by pride; haughty.
Lusty (superl.) Exhibiting lust or vigor; stout; strong; vigorous; robust; healthful; able of body.
Lusty (superl.) Beautiful; handsome; pleasant.
Lusty (superl.) Of large size; big. [Obs.] " Three lusty vessels." Evelyn. Hence, sometimes, pregnant.
Lusty (superl.) Lustful; lascivious.
Malty (a.) Consisting, or like, malt.
Masty (a.) Full of mast; abounding in acorns, etc.
Meaty (a.) Abounding in meat.
Misty (superl.) Accompained with mist; characterized by the presence of mist; obscured by, or overspread with, mist; as, misty weather; misty mountains; a misty atmosphere.
Misty (superl.) Obscured as if by mist; dim; obscure; clouded; as, misty sight.
Mitty (n.) The stormy petrel.
Motty (a.) Full of, or consisting of, motes.
Musty (n.) Having the rank, pungent, offencive odor and taste which substances of organic origin acquire during warm, moist weather; foul or sour and fetid; moldy; as, musty corn; musty books.
Musty (n.) Spoiled by age; rank; stale.
Musty (n.) Dull; heavy; spiritless.
Nasty (superl.) Offensively filthy; very dirty, foul, or defiled; disgusting; nauseous.
Nasty (superl.) Hence, loosely: Offensive; disagreeable; unpropitious; wet; drizzling; as, a nasty rain, day, sky.
Nasty (superl.) Characterized by obcenity; indecent; indelicate; gross; filthy.
Natty (a.) Neat; tidy; spruce.
Netty (a.) Like a net, or network; netted.
Nitty (a.) Full of nits.
Nitty (a.) Shining; elegant; spruce.
Nutty (a.) Abounding in nuts.
Nutty (a.) Having a flavor like that of nuts; as, nutty wine.
Party (v.) A part or portion.
Party (v.) A number of persons united in opinion or action, as distinguished from, or opposed to, the rest of a community or association; esp., one of the parts into which a people is divided on questions of public policy.
Party (v.) A part of a larger body of company; a detachment; especially (Mil.), a small body of troops dispatched on special service.
Party (v.) A number of persons invited to a social entertainment; a select company; as, a dinner party; also, the entertainment itself; as, to give a party.
Party (v.) One concerned or interested in an affair; one who takes part with others; a participator; as, he was a party to the plot; a party to the contract.
Party (v.) The plaintiff or the defendant in a lawsuit, whether an individual, a firm, or corporation; a litigant.
Party (v.) Hence, any certain person who is regarded as being opposed or antagonistic to another.
Party (v.) Cause; side; interest.
Party (v.) A person; as, he is a queer party.
Party (v.) Parted or divided, as in the direction or form of one of the ordinaries; as, an escutcheon party per pale.
Party (v.) Partial; favoring one party.
Party (adv.) Partly.
Pasty (a.) Like paste, as in color, softness, stickness.
Pasty (n.) A pie consisting usually of meat wholly surrounded with a crust made of a sheet of paste, and often baked without a dish; a meat pie.
Patty (n.) A little pie.
Peaty (a.) Composed of peat; abounding in peat; resembling peat.
Petty (superl.) Little; trifling; inconsiderable; also, inferior; subordinate; as, a petty fault; a petty prince.
Piety (n.) Veneration or reverence of the Supreme Being, and love of his character; loving obedience to the will of God, and earnest devotion to his service.
Piety (n.) Duty; dutifulness; filial reverence and devotion; affectionate reverence and service shown toward parents, relatives, benefactors, country, etc.
Platy (a.) Like a plate; consisting of plates.
Ponty (n.) See Pontee.
Punty (n.) See Pontee.
Putty (n.) A kind of thick paste or cement compounded of whiting, or soft carbonate of lime, and linseed oil, when applied beaten or kneaded to the consistence of dough, -- used in fastening glass in sashes, stopping crevices, and for similar purposes.
Putty (v. t.) To cement, or stop, with putty.
Rafty (a.) Damp; musty.
Ranty (a.) Wild; noisy; boisterous.
Resty (a.) Disposed to rest; indisposed toexercton; sluggish; also, restive.
Rooty (a.) Full of roots; as, rooty ground.
Runty (a.) Like a runt; diminutive; mean.
Rusty (superl.) Covered or affected with rust; as, a rusty knife or sword; rusty wheat.
Rusty (superl.) Impaired by inaction, disuse, or neglect.
Rusty (superl.) Discolored and rancid; reasty; as, rusty bacon.
Rusty (superl.) Surly; morose; crusty; sullen.
Rusty (superl.) Rust-colored; dark.
Rusty (superl.) Discolored; stained; not cleanly kept; filthy.
Rusty (superl.) Resembling, or covered with a substance resembling, rust; affected with rust; rubiginous.
Rutty (a.) Ruttish; lustful.
Rutty (a.) Full of ruts; as, a rutty road.
Rutty (a.) Rooty.
Salty (a.) Somewhat salt; saltish.
Seity (n.) Something peculiar to one's self.
Silty (a.) Full of silt; resembling silt.
Sixty (a.) Six times ten; fifty-nine and one more; threescore.
Sixty (n.) The sum of six times ten; sixty units or objects.
Sixty (n.) A symbol representing sixty units, as 60, lx., or LX.
Slaty (a.) Resembling slate; having the nature, appearance, or properties, of slate; composed of thin parallel plates, capable of being separated by splitting; as, a slaty color or texture.
Sooty (superl.) Of or pertaining to soot; producing soot; soiled by soot.
Sooty (superl.) Having a dark brown or black color like soot; fuliginous; dusky; dark.
Sooty (v. t.) To black or foul with soot.
Suety (a.) Consisting of, or resembling, suet; as, a suety substance.
Tasty (superl.) Having a good taste; -- applied to persons; as, a tasty woman. See Taste, n., 5.
Tasty (n.) Being in conformity to the principles of good taste; elegant; as, tasty furniture; a tasty dress.
Testy (superl.) Fretful; peevish; petulant; easily irritated.
Tetty (a.) Testy; irritable.
Titty (n.) A little teat; a nipple.
Totty (a.) Unsteady; dizzy; tottery.
Tufty (a.) Abounding with tufts.
Tufty (a.) Growing in tufts or clusters.
Tutty (n.) A yellow or brown amorphous substance obtained as a sublimation product in the flues of smelting furnaces of zinc, and consisting of a crude zinc oxide.
Unity (n.) The state of being one; oneness.
Unity (n.) Concord; harmony; conjunction; agreement; uniformity; as, a unity of proofs; unity of doctrine.
Unity (n.) Any definite quantity, or aggregate of quantities or magnitudes taken as one, or for which 1 is made to stand in calculation; thus, in a table of natural sines, the radius of the circle is regarded as unity.
Unity (n.) Such a combination of parts as to constitute a whole, or a kind of symmetry of style and character.
Unity (n.) The peculiar characteristics of an estate held by several in joint tenancy.
Vasty (a.) Vast; immense.
Vauty (a.) Vaulted.
Walty (a.) Liable to roll over; crank; as, a walty ship.
Wanty (n.) A surcingle, or strap of leather, used for binding a load upon the back of a beast; also, a leather tie; a short wagon rope.
Warty (a.) Having warts; full of warts; overgrow with warts; as, a warty leaf.
Warty (a.) Of the nature of warts; as, a warty excrescence.
Westy (a.) Dizzy; giddy.
Witty (n.) Possessed of wit; knowing; wise; skillful; judicious; clever; cunning.
Witty (n.) Especially, possessing wit or humor; good at repartee; droll; facetious; sometimes, sarcastic; as, a witty remark, poem, and the like.
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