noun British Dialect.
Origin of dite
Examples from the Web for dite
Octavie L., dite Carry, was the daughter of an organist who had held a good position at one of the principal churches of Malines.In Bohemia with Du Maurier|Felix Moscheles
Relation de la campagne de 1815, dite de Waterloo, pour servir l'histoire du Marchal Ney.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane
The leading poet in a club of poets was Dite Walls, who kept a school when there were scholars, and weaved when there were none.
Gloaming had stolen into the valley when Dite Deuchars of Tilliedrum rose to his feet and deliberately spat upon the coffin.
The leading poet in a club of poets was Dite Walls, who kept a school when there were scholars and weaved when there were none.Auld Licht Idyls|J. M. Barrie