Batty

Batty ist der Familienname folgender Personen:

  • David Batty (* 1968), englischer Fußballspieler
  • Jason Batty (* 1971), neuseeländischer Fußballtorwart
  • Julius Batty (Pseudonym nach Thomas Batty, eigentlich Julius Seeth, 1863–1939), deutscher Löwendompteur
  • Mark Batty (* 1986), kanadischer Radrennfahrer
  • Robert Batty (1789–1848), englischer Maler und Radierer
  • Thomas Batty (um 1832–1903), englischer Dompteur und Zirkusbesitzer
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  • Batty — Разработчик Hit Pak Издатель …   Википедия

  • Batty — Bat ty (b[a^]t t[y^]), a. 1. Belonging to, or resembling, a bat. Batty wings. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. Crazy; demented; loony; nuts; as, her constant gabbing is driving me batty. [Colloq.] Syn: bats. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • batty — 1580s, pertaining to bats, from BAT (Cf. bat) (n.2) + Y (Cf. y) (2). Slang sense nuts, crazy is attested from 1903, from the expression (to have) bats in (one s) belfry, also meaning not be right in the head (1899) …   Etymology dictionary

  • batty — ► ADJECTIVE (battier, battiest) informal ▪ mad. DERIVATIVES battiness noun. ORIGIN from BAT(Cf. ↑bat) …   English terms dictionary

  • batty — [bat′ē] adj. battier, battiest [< BAT2 + Y2] Slang crazy or eccentric …   English World dictionary

  • batty — [[t]bæ̱ti[/t]] battier, battiest ADJ GRADED (disapproval) If you say that someone is batty, you mean that they are rather eccentric or slightly crazy. [BRIT, INFORMAL] Laura s going a bit batty. ...some batty uncle of theirs. Syn: barmy …   English dictionary

  • batty — adj. (slang) mad to go batty over * * * [ bætɪ] (slang) [ mad ] to go batty over …   Combinatory dictionary

  • batty — UK [ˈbætɪ] / US adjective Word forms batty : adjective batty comparative battier superlative battiest informal slightly crazy …   English dictionary

  • Batty — This unusual name is a diminutive form of the English and Scottish medieval personal name Bat(t)e , itself a shortened, diminutive form of Bartholomew , a very popular name in the Middle Ages. Bartholomew derives from the Aramaic bar Talmay , son …   Surnames reference

  • batty — adj Crazy, insane. If you think I m going to get me to date your sister, you re batty. 1900s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

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