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cuttle

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cut=tle

CIDE DICTIONARY

cuttlen. [OF. cultel, coltel, coutel, fr. L. cultellus. See Cutlass.].
     A knife.  Bale.  [1913 Webster]
cuttlen. [OE. codule, AS. cudele; akin to G. kuttelfish; cf. G. kötel, D. keutel, dirt from the guts, G. kuttel bowels, entrails. AS. cwi womb, Goth. qi belly, womb.].
  •  A cephalopod of the genus Sepia, having an internal shell, large eyes, and ten arms furnished with denticulated suckers, by means of which it secures its prey. The name is sometimes applied to dibranchiate cephalopods generally.  [1913 Webster]
    " It has an ink bag, opening into the siphon, from which, when pursued, it throws out a dark liquid that clouds the water, enabling it to escape observation."  [1913 Webster]
  •  A foul-mouthed fellow.  Shak.  [1913 Webster]

OXFORD DICTIONARY

cuttle, n. = CUTTLEFISH.

Idiom
cuttle-bone the internal shell of the cuttlefish crushed and used for polishing teeth etc. or as a supplement to the diet of a cage-bird.
Etymology
OE cudele, ME codel, rel. to cod bag, with ref. to its ink-bag

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