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nut (someone)

1. To hit someone very hard with one's head; to head-butt someone. Primarily heard in UK. He was talking so much nonsense that I felt like grabbing him by the lapels and nutting him!
2. slang To strike someone in the testicles, especially with one's knee. I can't believe Sarah nutted Jake when she found out he had been cheating on her!
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nut

1. n. an odd or strange person; a crazy person. Some nut is going to try to fly from the top of one building to another.
2. n. [one’s] head. The baseball came in fast. Clonk! Right on the nut!
3. n. an enthusiast (about something). Paul is a nut about chocolate cake.
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References in classic literature ?
Squirrels who bury their nuts in the ground lose more than half, because they cannot remember the place.
And then he dug again and found some nuts that did not belong to him; and there was a fight.
BUT when the other squirrels heard that song, they rushed upon Timmy Tiptoes and cuffed and scratched him, and upset his bag of nuts.
TIMMY TIPTOES made no reply; he had tumbled down inside the tree, upon half a peck of nuts belonging to himself.
She did not put any more nuts into the woodpecker's hole, because she had always doubted how they could be got out again.
Down below there was a noise of cracking nuts and nibbling; and then the fat squirrel voice and the thin squirrel voice sang--
I know what I 'm about,' and to show her that it was all right, I gave the bag a little shake, when out flew the nuts, rattling like a hail-storm all over the uncarpeted floor.
cried the old lady, who did not observe the tell tale nuts at her feet.
The boy didn't like this speech, for it sounded like a threat; but he happened to remember he had nuts in his pocket, so he cracked some of those and ate them while the woman rose, shook the crumbs from her apron, and hung above the fire a small black kettle.
Come, Rosy, tell us a story while we work, for you can't help much, and must amuse us as your share," proposed Mac, who sat in the shade pricking nuts, and who knew by experience what a capital little Scheherazade his cousin was.
Yes, we poor monkeys can't burn our paws for nothing, so tell away, Pussy," added Charlie, as he threw several hot nuts into her lap and shook his fingers afterwards.
Here Pokey, who had been peering lovingly down at the five warm nuts that lay at the bottom of her tiny pocket, suddenly looked up and said, "Oh
Alec, taking the weeper on his knee and administering consolation in the shape of kisses and nuts.
At first she was greatly disappointed, because the nearer trees were all punita, or cotton-wood or eucalyptus, and bore no fruit or nuts at all.
With the dessert there came entire deliverance for Maggie, for the children were told they might have their nuts and wine in the summer-house, since the day was so mild; and they scampered out among the budding bushes of the garden with the alacrity of small animals getting from under a burning glass.