skite

2
[ skahyt ]
/ skaɪt /

verb (used without object), skit·ed, skit·ing. Australian.

to boast; brag.

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Origin of skite

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origin uncertain
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British Dictionary definitions for skited (1 of 2)

skite1
/ (skəɪt) Scot /

verb

(intr) to slide or slip, as on ice
(tr) to strike with a sharp or glancing blow

noun

an instance of sliding or slipping
a sharp or glancing blow
on the skite or on a skite Scot and Irish on a drinking spree

Word Origin for skite

C18: of uncertain origin

British Dictionary definitions for skited (2 of 2)

skite2
/ (skaɪt) Australian and NZ informal /

verb (intr)

to boast

noun

boastful talk
a person who boasts

Word Origin for skite

C19: from Scottish and northern English dialect; see skate ³
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