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twat

[ twaht ]
/ twɑt /
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noun Slang: Vulgar.
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Origin of twat

First recorded in 1650–60; perhaps originally a dialectal variant of thwat, thwot (unattested), presumed Modern English outcome of Old English thwāt, (unattested), akin to Old Norse thveit “cut, slit, forest clearing” (from northern English dialect thwaite “forest clearing”)
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British Dictionary definitions for twat

twat
/ (twæt, twɒt) /

noun taboo, slang
the female genitals
a girl or woman considered sexually
a foolish or despicable person

Word Origin for twat

of unknown origin
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