Associations to the word «Butler»
BUTLER, noun. A manservant having charge of wines and liquors.
BUTLER, noun. The chief male servant of a household who has charge of other employees, receives guests, directs the serving of meals, and performs various personal services.
BUTLER, noun. A valet, a male personal attendant.
BUTLER, verb. To buttle, to dispense wines or liquors; to take the place of a butler.
BUTLER, proper noun. An English and Irish occupational surname for someone who was a butler or wine servant surname.
BUTLER, proper noun. An Anglicized form of the French surname Boutilier, Boutillier, Bouthillier, of similar derivation.
BUTLER, proper noun. A town and a county in Alabama
BUTLER, proper noun. A ghost town in California
BUTLER, proper noun. A city in Georgia, USA
BUTLER, proper noun. A village in Illinois
BUTLER, proper noun. A city in Indiana
BUTLER, proper noun. A city and a county in Kentucky
BUTLER, proper noun. A city and a county in Missouri
BUTLER, proper noun. A borough in New Jersey
BUTLER, proper noun. A town in New York
BUTLER, proper noun. A village and a county in Ohio
BUTLER, proper noun. A town in Oklahoma
BUTLER, proper noun. A city in Pennsylvania
BUTLER, proper noun. A town in South Dakota
BUTLER, proper noun. A town and a village in Wisconsin
BUTLER CAFÉ, noun. A novelty restaurant, originating in and found predominately in Japan, in which guests are served by male waiters in butler costumes, who treat them as masters/mistresses in a private home rather than as restaurant patrons.
BUTLER CAFE, noun. Alternative spelling of butler café
BUTLER CAFÉS, noun. Plural of butler café
BUTLER CAFES, noun. Plural of butler cafe
BUTLER, noun. A manservant (usually the head servant of a household) who has charge of wines and the table.
BUTLER, noun. English novelist who described a fictitious land he called Erewhon (1835-1902).
BUTLER, noun. English poet (1612-1680).
A word carries far, very far, deals destruction through time as the bullets go flying through space.