The word 'doot' was common in Carrickfergus,County Antrim,Northern Ireland in the early 1950's for an apple core.
A person, usually young person would say to another who was eating an apple "Keep me your doot" or "I bags the doot"
by Denis Allen July 25, 2008
A fob way of saying "Dude."
F.O.B. IN THE HOW! Hey doots what's for lunchie?
by Doots May 30, 2004
sometimes used in northern ireland to mean ATM/Cash Machine
He's going to get some money from the 'doot doot' (in reference to the noise the keypads make when entering the PIN)
by lpmd April 14, 2010
A hidden link in a webpage leading only to a page saying "Congrats to you, you found this link!" found only by people who actually try to.
Phil: I found this random link on a webpage and clicked on it, only to have it say "You have found it!"

Clyde: Woah! You found a doot? No way!
by MpegEVIL April 26, 2011
Predominantly the method of describing a male anus. Secondarily,
used to substitute any word in the english language.
Show me ya doot
by Freshbits August 01, 2009
A person who is either about to go on jury duty or is already on a case, clueless about what goes on in criminal law procedures despite orientation in the waiting room and instructions from the judges. Also spelled "dut", both spellings pronounced to rhyme with "boot". From "jury DUTy".
What a pain in the butt! It's time for me to talk to that doot in front of me at the courthouse!
by pentozali February 04, 2009
The name for the unexplained lint found in unusual places.
1. When Kevin took off his shirt, he fondled the DOOT in his belly button.

2. Steven took the gum out of his pocket, it had DOOT all over it, he chewed it anyway.
by rickyroeman February 09, 2008

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