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cit

or chit

[ chit ]
/ tʃɪt /
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noun Hinduism.

pure consciousness.

Nearby words

cisternal puncture, cisternography, cistron, cistus, cistvaen, cit, cit., citadel, citalopram, citation, citation form

Origin of cit

From Sanskrit

Definition for cit (2 of 3)

cit.


cited.

Definition for cit (3 of 3)

C.I.T.


counselor in training.
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British Dictionary definitions for cit (1 of 2)

CIT


abbreviation for (in New Zealand)

Central Institute of Technology

British Dictionary definitions for cit (2 of 2)

cit.


abbreviation for

citation
cited
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Word Origin and History for cit

cit


n.

colloquial shortening of citizen, 1640s; contrasted to a countryman or a gentleman, usually with some measure of opprobrium (Johnson defines it as "A pert low townsman; a pragmatical trader").

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