Nuts vs Huts - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between nuts and huts
is that nuts
is while huts
As an adjective nuts
is (colloquial) insane, mad.
As an interjection nuts
is indicates annoyance, anger, or disappointment.
As a verb nuts
(vulgar, slang) Testicles.
(poker) A hand that can be proven unbeatable even when the hand's holder does not know any of the hidden cards the other poker players involved in a hand hold or held.
- Ohhh, he just got kicked in the nuts!
(colloquial) Insane, mad.
(colloquial, figuratively) Crazy, mad; unusually pleased or, alternatively, angered.
- After living on the island alone for five years, he eventually went nuts .
- I just go nuts over her fantastic desserts.
- The referee made a bad call against the home team and the crowd went nuts .
* See also
Indicates annoyance, anger, or disappointment.
Signifies rejection of a proposal or idea, as in forget it,'' ''no way,'' or ''nothing doing .
- Nuts! They didn't even listen to what I had to say.
* The association with testicles (See .) adds an intensifying effect to the anger or rejection.
* Use of "Nuts" rather than another form of "No" is often intentionally insulting.