geordie flat bun, better than anything ese in the uk
av Anonymous 2. november 2003
A large,white,round,flat breadbun sold in the north east of england. Stotties are mainly sold in Greggs the bakers. I've heard the name stottie originates from when they we're first made many years ago, the bakers used to throw the dough at the floor to check the consistancy, 'stot' being a northern word for throw.

The word stottie is also a local slang word for 'erection'...look av got a stottie!
' am gannin doon greggs for a stottie'
av strawberrycherry 22. september 2008
stout lager.
a word used only in England..so Ams, don't knock it up as an Americanism..that's too lame.
a stottie and a cig in hand, John banged the gang's chief sister arite..
av hytham_hammer 6. juli 2005
Scottish round flat bread cake
Mmm! That stottie tastes good!
av Tubbs 1. august 2003

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