But Lee wuz dead in earnest an' growin' more excited ivery min nit.
Nor sie kuckt trucken, wie varstinert, in ihr Ssider; nit sie wint, nit sie dawent.
When called to patients in the stage of Black Vomit, whether that came on as an early symptom, or at a later stage, nit.
A fire not large enough to roast a nit, and a supper too small to fatten him beforehand!
Das der gmein man, one eine offne Disputation, nit zu stillen was.
And as he glowered at the little Cuban, he ended his oration with one eloquent word, "nit!"
We may therefore say, as nit is a sleight of hand with ideas and conceptions, so stratagem is a sleight of hand with actions.
If the discharges become slimy or bloody, give Leptandrin and nit.
We wore yarn hoods, sha'ls, en pantletts which wuz 'nit things dat kum fum yo shoe tops ter 'bove yo knees.
Here with Kamala was the worth and purpose of his present life, nit with the business of Kamaswami.
Old English hnitu "louse egg, nit," from Proto-Germanic *khnito (cf. Norwegian nit, Middle Dutch nete, Dutch neet, Middle High German niz, German Niß), from PIE root *knid- "egg of a louse" (cf. Russian, Polish gnida, Czech knida; Greek konidos, genitive konis "egg of a louse").
The egg or young of a parasitic insect, such as a louse.
Nothing; zilch: If you're wondering about their homosexual records, it's nit
[fr Yiddish or perhaps German dialect]