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Numerology information Tatty:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Definition funny of Tatty:
1. Breasts (titties) 2. Potatoes, usually mashed'
1. 'That young lady had herself an exceptional set of tatties' 2. 'Yes, I'll have the steak with tatties on the side'
British slang for shabby, dilapidated, or cheap.
He is proud of his Scottish ancestry but dresses as a "Tartan Tatty" (his worn kilt kit was bought used or of little quality).
the southern term for "titties" or "boobs"
that girl had some big ol' tatties
western glasweigen slang for potatoes
Songs about Tatty:
Scarce O'Tatties by Kildare Rovers from the Album The World's Greatest Irish Pub Songs - The Only Celtic Drinking Album You'll Ever Need (Deluxe Version) - Plus Irish Ringtones
Neeps And Tatties by Stanton Moore from the Album Groove Alchemy
Scarce O' Tatties by Tommy Maken & The Clancy Brothers from the Album Irish Sing-Along Songs
Scarce o' Tatties/Blag Nag/ Nonesuch by Crannog from the Album No Band is an Island
Scarce O'Tatties by Spailpin from the Album Celtic Memories
Tatty Boom by Goofy from the Album Sampler 18
24th Guards Brigade at Anzio/Kirsty MacCalman's Favourite/Tatties and Herring/The Yill Wife and Her Barrels/ Wee... by Eric Ward from the Album The Drummers' Fanfare
Books about Tatty:
Tatty by Christine Dwyer Hickey (Jul 1, 2006)
How to Make Jewelry with Tatty Devine by Harriet Vine and Rosie Wolfenden (Feb 5, 2013)
Tatty, the Lonely Monarch by Nancy Lorraine and Dorothy Herron (Sep 23, 2013)
Tatty Teddy & Blue Nose Friends Annual 2014 (Tatty Teddy & My Blue Nose Friends) by Pedigree Books (Sep 17, 2013)
Tatty Ratty by Helen Cooper (Mar 14, 2002)
Tatty by Christine Dwyer Hickey (Feb 2004)
The Failed Idealist's Guide to the Tatty Truth by Fergus McGonigal (Nov 5, 2014)
Wiki information Tatty:
Tatty Devine is a brand name for a jewellery company based in the East End of London. Tatty Devine is owned by Rosie Wolfenden and Harriet Vine who started the company 1999. They have two shops in London's Brick Lane and Covent Garden. They make...