Definitions for "Kitty"
A joint account (it can just be an old Milo tin ) which the entire household uses to buy groceries, pay bills and to cover other house-related expenses. It doesn't always work, but it is heaps cheaper if you and your house/flat mates can swing it. Also a song by The Presidents of the USA.
a cute term for the joint shopping 'account' in a share house. Generally everyone in the house pays the same amount (usually about $30 - $40 per week) to buy food and household items jointly. It's often cheaper and easier to have a kitty than for everyone to buy their own food and goods separately. Landlord: this is a term for someone who leases a property they own to tenants. Landlords often view their rented properties as money-spinners and forget that they are other people's homes. Fortunately, the rights and responsibilities of the landlord are now spelt out in the Residential Tenancies Act which provides some protection for tenants in rented accommodation. Landlords can be men, women, companies or trusts.
Keywords:  cat, kitten, domestic, canoe, laughing
A kitten; also, a pet name or calling name for the cat.
young domestic cat
informal terms referring to a domestic cat
Keywords:  troublemaker
a troublemaker
Keywords:  euchre, undealt, faceup, upcard, anyway
The percentage taken out of a pool to pay for refreshments, or for the expenses of the table;
any pool of money aggregated from small contributions.
A common chip pool; also (in a few games) cards available for exchange.
Keywords:  tournament, defray, season, sued, spare
A collection of money that is accumulated by a predetermined set of rules by a team. For instance, for every missed spare or hang, the bowler would have to put in some amount of money into the kitty, which is usually divided up at the end of the season or used to pay for tournament entry fees or expenses on a trip to a tournament.
the cumulative amount involved in a game (such as poker)
Money collected by team members for misses, low games and other "fines" imposed by team members upon themselves. Often sued to defray expenses of tournaments or divided at the end of the season.
Keywords:  dummy, slang
(slang) dummy.
Keywords:  pot, prize, feed, phrase, money
Refers to a small, specified amount of money taken from each pot in a home game. Can also be used to describe the pot as a part of the phrase "feed the kitty", meaning to call a bet.
The pot in the middle of the table or prize fund for the hand.
Money cut from pots.
Keywords:  stakes, betters, combined
the combined stakes of the betters