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[git] /gɪt/
noun
1.
British Slang. a foolish or contemptible person.
Origin
1945-1950
1945-50; variant of get
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British Dictionary definitions for git

git

/ɡɪt/
noun (Brit, slang)
1.
a contemptible person, often a fool
2.
a bastard
Word Origin
C20: from get (in the sense: to beget, hence a bastard, fool)
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Word Origin and History for git
n.

"worthless person," 1946, British slang, a southern variant of Scottish get "illegitimate child, brat," which is related to beget.

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Slang definitions & phrases for git

git

interjection

A command to leave; blow, scram (1864+)


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