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smit

/ smɪt /

noun

  1. the smit dialect.
    the smit an infection

    he's got the smit



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Word History and Origins

Origin of smit1

Old English smitte a spot, and smittian to smear; related to Old High German smiz, whence Middle High German smitz

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Example Sentences

A library patron found 57-year-old Paulus Cornelius Smit, who went by the nickname Dutch, stabbed to death.

And hearing of it, all the lords of earth smit with love speedily came thither, desirous of (possessing) Damayanti.

He was not under my control, he was under the control of Smit.

Sun-smit, bare as a nose it stood at the cross-roads, receiving us through its drab door-way as it had done from the first.

The generalship of their fighting Commandant, Nikolas Smit, was of the highest order.

In this sun-smit cottage she had left her mother to find a place in the outside world just as I had left my mother in Dakota.

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