Guti may refer to:
- Guti (footballer) (born 1976), Spanish footballer
- Ezekiel H. Guti, founder of ZAOGA Forward in Faith Ministries International
- The Gutian people, founders of the Gutian dynasty of Sumer
- Guti, a DJ from Argentina living in Germany
- A people of Scandia mentioned by Ptolemy (150 AD); in later Latin known as Gutones and Gothi
- Gauti, an eponymous ancestor of the Gotlanders
- Nickname of Seattle Mariners center fielder Franklin Gutierrez
- Gutieri Tomelin, Brazilian footballer who plays for Figueirense, also known as Guti
José María Gutiérrez Hernández (born 31 October 1976), known as Guti, is a Spanish retired footballer who played as an attacking midfielder.
During his professional career, he played almost exclusively for Real Madrid – appearing in more than 500 official games and serving as vice-captain – helping the club to 15 trophies, most notably three UEFA Champions League and five La Liga titles.
Guti played 13 times with Spain, making his debut in 1999.
Usage examples of "guti".
The fall of the Akkadians and the subsequent reemergence of Sumer under the king of Ur, who defeated the Guti, ushered in the third phase of Sumerian history.
The weather changed during the night, and the wind went up into the southeast bringing with it the thin cold drizzling guti rain.
But the weapons were mostly used for harvesting, rather than destruction, for over the centuries a secondary industry for Gutien and Nan had been built on the collection of debris between the rings and the refinement of metals, mostly iron, aluminum, and indium.