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 jit.
Last edited on Feb 25 2007. Submitted by Sara from Falls Church, VA, USA
on Feb 25 2007.
Slang terms with the same meaning
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|Definitions include: Someone who is ridiculously dorky.|
|Definitions include: not thinking rationally or unable to form a plan.|
|Definitions include: to reprimand severely.|
|Definitions include: From Helen of Troy, described by Christopher Marlowe as having "the face that launched a thousand ships."|
|Definitions include: To do something right now/this instance/ or as soon as possible|
|Definitions include: amusing, as opposed to other definitions of the word "funny", such as strange.|
|Definitions include: an insult.|
|Definitions include: a person who edits on Wikipedia.|
|Definitions include: crazy, insane|
|Definitions include: usually to look or to feel up-down, means to look or to feel absolutely screwed up.. You were obviously looking up-down when you hung over :).|
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