PuTTY is a raw/telnet/ssh terminal for MS Windows. It emulates a xterm. It is simular to SecureCRT but is freeware and is much more trimmed down. While this causes it to lose some of the neat functions that SecureCRT has it surpasses SecureCRT in stability and ability to comply with the standards out there.

Compatible with (but not limited to): Windows 9x, Windows NT and Windows 2000
Webpage: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/

Put"ty (?), n. [F. potée, fr. pot pot; what was formerly called putty being a substance resembling what is now called putty powder, and in part made of the metal of old pots. See Pot.]

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 powder, an oxide of tin, or of tin and lead in various proportions, much used in polishing glass, metal, precious stones, etc.


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Put"ty, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Puttied (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Puttying.]

To cement, or stop, with putty.


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Put"ty (?), n. (Golf)

A ball made of composition and not gutta percha. [Colloq.]


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Put"ty, n.; pl. Putties (#). [Written also puttee, puttie.] [Hind. pa&tsdot;&tsdot;i ribbon, brace, tie.]

A kind of gaiter of waterproof cloth wrapped around the leg, used by soldiers, etc.


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