Definition of jit
A young person.
I don't hang with jits.
Last edited on Mar 02 2003. Submitted by
Lisa from Miami, FL, USA
on Mar 02 2003.
A U.S. five-cent piece. A nickel.
Last edited on Nov 19 2003. Submitted by
Frank B. from Milwaukee, WI, USA
on Nov 19 2003.
She looked up and had
jit all over her face.
Last edited on Jan 09 2004. Submitted by
Craig C. from Chicago, IL, USA
on Jan 09 2004.
a younger less respected person
He thinks he knows it all but he's just a
Last edited on Feb 25 2007. Submitted by
Sara from Falls Church, VA, USA
on Feb 25 2007.
Slang terms with the same meaning
Slang terms with the same root words
None. How about some random words?
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Definitions include: exclamation of joy.
Definitions include: communication saying that trouble is no longer present, or that previously delayed plans can continue on their original course.
Definitions include: acronym for "private investigator".
Definitions include: Its used from Blood members to talk to other Blood members without drawing attention to other people in other gangs.
Definitions include: a cute skinny male just over the age of 18.
Definitions include: A highly-ignorant internet forum poster who tries to sound intellectual by using too many words. A common, garden-variety idiot hiding behind pseudo-intellectual terms. A vototater also accuses anyone he speaks to of using logical fallacies. A vototater also believes they are smarter than anyone they encounter and are never wrong about anything.
Definitions include: to not do something out of fear; " chicken out". Definitions include: to scare badly.
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