It was not mischief, was it, Mother, to try and capture trit?
trit and Trot were gone, and who could tell but the skirts and bonnets might not strangle them?
She now resolved to clutch at the first branch within reach, hoping in that way to scramble to safety with trit.
And then Anna had to tell again the story of her capture of trit.
Some time since I received from you one bottle Skookum chuck 3x trit.
He took with him two two-drachm phials of Blatta orientalis, one of IX and the other of 3x trit.
triticum, trit′i-kum, n. a genus of grasses including the varieties of wheat.
But trit also is doubtless originally the 'third string' rather than the 'third note.'
“We will put these on trit and Trot,” she said, drawing out two white skirts from her collection of doll clothes.
I got a big phial full of water and put in it Blatta orientalis 1x trit.
/trit/ (By analogy with "bit") One base-3 digit; the amount of information conveyed by a selection among one of three equally likely outcomes. Trits arise, for example, in the context of a flag that should actually be able to assume *three* values - such as yes, no, or unknown. Trits are sometimes jokingly called "3-state bits". A trit may be semi-seriously referred to as "a bit and a half", although it is linearly equivalent to 1.5849625 bits (that is, log2(3) bits).