squit
Squitee Squi*tee" (skw[i^]*t[=e]"), n. [From the N. American Indian name.] (Zo["o]l.) The squeteague; -- called also {squit}. [1913 Webster]

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  • squit — fonosimb. CO spec. ripetuto, voce che imita il verso del topo; anche s.m.inv. {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: 1970. ETIMO: voce onom …   Dizionario italiano

  • squit — kim·squit; squit; squit·ter; …   English syllables

  • squit — squeteague sque*teague (skw[ e]*t[=e]g ), n. [From the North American Indian name.] (Zo[ o]l.) An American sci[ae]noid fish ({Cynoscion regalis}), abundant on the Atlantic coast of the United States, and much valued as a food fish. It is of a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • squit — noun Brit. informal 1》 a small or insignificant person. 2》 (the squits) diarrhoea. Origin C19: perh. related to dialect squit to squirt …   English new terms dictionary

  • squit — /skwɪt/ (say skwit) noun British Colloquial an insignificant, contemptible person. {British dialect, ? from squit squirt} …   Australian English dictionary

  • squit — n. Brit. 1 sl. a small or insignificant person. 2 dial. nonsense. Etymology: cf. dial. squirt insignificant person, and squit to squirt …   Useful english dictionary

  • squit — noun a) A person of low status. b) Nonsense; amusing stories …   Wiktionary

  • squit — n British an insignificant, small and/or irritating person. The word is a variant form of the synonymous squirt and has been heard since the 1880s. ► There are 5 squits, 9 snekes, 19 cribbers, 2 maniaks, 4 swots. (Back in the Jug Agane, Geoffrey… …   Contemporary slang

  • squit — Noun. Nonsense, rubbish. Mainly Norfolk use …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • squittinare — squit·ti·nà·re v.tr. OB scrutinare {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: av. 1444. ETIMO: prob. alteraz. di scrutinare, v. anche 2squittinio …   Dizionario italiano

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