Definition of mutsuddy in US English:

mutsuddy

(also mutsaddi, mootsuddy, mutasaddi)

noun

Anglo-Indian, South Asian
historical
  • An accountant, clerk, or administrator.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in William Hedges (1632–1701), merchant. From Persian and Urdu mutaṣaddī from Arabic mutaṣaddī, active participle of taṣaddā to apply oneself to, undertake, be in charge of.

Pronunciation

mutsuddy

/ˈmʊtsʌdi/