Note: these 'words' (valid or invalid) are all the permutations of the word nut. These words are obtained by scrambling the letters in nut.
Definitions and meaning of nut
(UK, US) IPA(key): /nʌt/, enPR: nŭt
(California, General New Zealand, Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): [nɐt]
From Middle Englishnute, note, from Old Englishhnutu, from Proto-Germanic*hnuts(“nut”) (compare West Frisiannút, Dutchnoot, GermanNuss, Danishnød, Swedishnöt, Norwegiannøtt), from Proto-Indo-European*knew- (compare Irishcnó, Latinnux(“walnut”), Albaniannyç(“a gnarl”)).
A hard-shelled seed.
A piece of metal, usually square or hexagonal in shape, with a hole through it having machined internal threads, intended to be screwed onto a bolt or other threaded shaft.
1998, Brian Hingley, Furniture Repair & Refinishing - Page 95
As the bolt tightens into the nut, it pulls the tenon on the side rail into the mortise in the bedpost and locks them together. There are also some European beds that reverse the bolt and nut by setting the nut into the bedpost with the bolt inserted into a slotted area in the side of the rail.
(slang) A crazy person.
Synonyms:loony, nutbag, nutcase, nutter; see also Thesaurus:mad person
(slang) The head.
(US, slang) Monthly expense to keep a venture running.
(US, slang) The amount of money necessary to set up some venture; set-up costs.
1971, Hunter S. Thompson, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Harper Perennial (2005), page 11:
My attorney was waiting in a bar around the corner. “This won't make the nut,” he said, “unless we have unlimited credit.”
(US, slang) A stash of money owned by an extremely rich investor, sufficient to sustain a high level of consumption if all other money is lost.
(music, lutherie) On stringed instruments such as guitars and violins, the small piece at the peghead end of the fingerboard that holds the strings at the proper spacing and, in most cases, the proper height.
(typography slang) En, a unit of measurement equal to half of the height of the type in use.
(dated, Britain, slang) An extravagantly fashionable young man. [1910s-1920s]
1914, "Saki", ‘The Dreamer’, Beasts and Superbeasts, Penguin 2000 (Complete Short Stories), p. 323:
‘You are not going to be what they call a Nut, are you?’ she inquired with some anxiety, partly with the idea that a Nut would be an extravagance which her sister's small household would scarcely be justified in incurring [...].
(vulgar, slang, chiefly plural) A testicle.
Synonyms:ball, bollock(taboo slang), nads
(vulgar, slang, uncountable) Semen, ejaculate.
(vulgar, slang, countable) Orgasm, ejaculation; especially release of semen
[…] feelin' her pussy grippin' his dick as her nut lubricated him […]
For more quotations using this term, see Citations:nut.
(colloquial) An extreme enthusiast.
(climbing) A shaped piece of metal, threaded by a wire loop, which is jammed in a crack in the rockface and used to protect a climb. (Originally, machine nuts [sense #2] were used for this purpose.)
2005, Tony Lourens, Guide to climbing page 88
When placing nuts, always look for constrictions within the crack, behind which the nut can be wedged.
(poker, only in attributive use) The best possible hand of a certain type, for instance: "nut straight", "nut flush", and "nut full house". Compare nuts(“the best possible hand available”).
The tumbler of a gunlock.
(Can we find and add a quotation of Knight to this entry?)
(nautical) A projection on each side of the shank of an anchor, to secure the stock in place.
nut (third-person singular simple presentnuts, present participlenutting, simple past and past participlenuttedor(nonstandard)nut)
(mostly in the form "nutting") To gather nuts.
(Britain, transitive, slang) To hit deliberately with the head; to headbutt.
(slang, mildly vulgar) To orgasm; to ejaculate.
For quotations using this term, see Citations:nut.
(to gather nuts):
(to headbutt):butt, Glasgow kiss, Liverpool kiss, loaf
(to ejaculate):blow a nut, bust a nut; see also Thesaurus:ejaculate
(Scotland, colloquial) No.
1995, Alan Warner, Morvern Callar, Vintage 2015, p. 26:
Did you like them boys? I goes.
Nut. She shook her hair.
Nut. Right townies.
NTU, Tun, tun
nut (plural [please provide])
2007. The UCLA Phonetics Lab Archive. Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Department of Linguistics.
From the adjective Middle Dutchnutte(“useful”), or from Middle Dutchnut(“yield”), from Old Dutch*nut, from Proto-Germanic*nutją, *nutjō(“profit, yield, utility”), from Proto-Indo-European*newd-(“to seize; grasp; use”).