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English - Pronunciation

* enPR: wĭt, IPA(key): /wɪt/ * Rhymes: -ɪt * Homophone: whit (in accents with the wine-whine merger)

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English - Etymology 1

From Middle English, from Old English _witt_ (“understanding, intellect, sense, knowledge, consciousness, conscience”), from Proto-Germanic _*witją_ (“knowledge, reason”), from Proto-Indo-European _*weyd-_ (“see, know”). Cognate with Dutch _wit_, German _Witz_, Danish _vid_, Swedish _vett_, Gothic

From Middle English, from Old English witt (understanding, intellect, sense, knowledge, consciousness, conscience), from Proto-Germanic *witją (knowledge, reason), from Proto-Indo-European *weyd- (see, know). Cognate with Dutch wit, German Witz, Danish vid, Swedish vett, Gothic

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English - Etymology 2

From Old English _witan_, from Proto-Germanic _*witaną_, from Proto-Indo-European _*weyd-_ (“see, know”). Cognate with Dutch _weten_, German _wissen_, Swedish _veta_, and Latin _videō_ (“I see”). Compare _guide_. VERB WIT (see below for this verb’s conjugation) * (transitive, intransitive, chiefly archaic) Know, be aware of (construed with OF when used intransitively). _You committed terrible actions — to WIT, murder and theft — and should be punished accordingly._ _They are meddling in matters that men should not WIT of._ * 1849, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, _St. Luke the Painter_, lines 5–8 but soon having WIST How sky-breadth and field-silence and this day Are symbols also in some deeper way, She looked through these to God and was God’s priest. CONJUGATION USAGE NOTES * As a preterite-present verb, the third-person singular indicative form is not _wits_ but _wot_; the plural indicative forms conform to the infinitive: _we wit_, _ye wit_, _they wit_. DERIVED TERMS * to wit * unwitting * witness TRANSLATIONS

From Old English witan, from Proto-Germanic *witaną, from Proto-Indo-European *weyd- (see, know). Cognate with Dutch weten, German wissen, Swedish veta, and Latin videō (I see). Compare guide.

Verb

wit (see below for this verb’s conjugation)

  1. (transitive, intransitive, chiefly archaic) Know, be aware of (construed with of when used intransitively).
    You committed terrible actionsto wit, murder and theftand should be punished accordingly.
    They are meddling in matters that men should not wit of.
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English - Etymology 3

From English with. PRONUNCIATION (_Southern American English_): IPA: (_before consonants_) /wɪt/, (_before vowels_) /wɪtʃ/ PREPOSITION WIT * (_Southern American English_) Alternative spelling of _with_

From English with.

Pronunciation

(Southern American English): IPA: (before consonants) /wɪt/, (before vowels) /wɪtʃ/

Preposition

wit

  1. (Southern American English) Alternative spelling of with

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English - Anagrams

* Twi

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Afrikaans - Etymology

From Dutch _wit_.

From Dutch wit.

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Afrikaans - Adjective

WIT (_attributive_ WITTE, _comparative_ WITTER, _superlative_ WITSTE) * white

wit (attributive witte, comparative witter, superlative witste)

  1. white

Que a categoria em DUTCH - PRONUNCIATION
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Dutch - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /ʋɪt/

  • IPA(key): /ʋɪt/

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Dutch - Etymology

From Old Dutch _*wīt_ with unexpected shortening of the vowel, from Proto-Germanic _*hwītaz_, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European _*ḱweytos_ (“shine; bright”). Compare German _weiß_, West Frisian _wyt_, English _white_, Norwegian _hvit_, Swedish _vit_. ADJECTIVE WIT (_comparative_ WITTER, _superlative_ WITST) * white _De wand is WIT._ The (inner) wall is WHITE. * legal * pure, untainted * (archaic) clear-lighted, not dark at all De lang gewenschte dagh verscheen, heel klaer en WIT. The long-wished-for day appeared, very clear and WHITE. DECLENSION SYNONYMS * blank ANTONYMS * zwart DERIVED TERMS * witwassen RELATED TERMS * wijting NOUN WIT

From Old Dutch *wīt with unexpected shortening of the vowel, from Proto-Germanic *hwītaz, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *ḱweytos (shine; bright). Compare German weiß, West Frisian wyt, English white, Norwegian hvit, Swedish vit.

Adjective

wit (comparative witter, superlative witst)

  1. white
    De wand is wit.
    The (inner) wall is white.
  2. legal
  3. pure, untainted
  4. (archaic) clear-lighted, not dark at all
    De lang gewenschte dagh verscheen, heel klaer en wit.
    The long-wished-for day appeared, very clear and white.
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  • wijting

Noun

wit

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Dutch - Etymology 2

From Middle Dutch _wit_. Ultimately from Proto-Germanic _*witją_ (“knowledge, reason”), from Proto-Indo-European _*weyd-_ (“see, know”). Related to _weten_ (“to know”), _wis_ (“knowledge”) and _wijs_ (“wise”). Cognate with English _wit_, German _Witz_. NOUN WIT

From Middle Dutch wit. Ultimately from Proto-Germanic *witją (knowledge, reason), from Proto-Indo-European *weyd- (see, know). Related to weten (to know), wis (knowledge) and wijs (wise). Cognate with English wit, German Witz.

Noun

wit

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Gothic - Romanization

WIT * Romanization of

wit

  1. Romanization of

Que a categoria em LOUISIANA CREOLE FRENCH - ETYMOLOGY
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Louisiana Creole French - Etymology

From French _huit_.

From French huit.

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Louisiana Creole French - Numeral

WIT * (cardinal) eight

wit

  1. (cardinal) eight

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Mauritian Creole - Etymology

From French _huit_.

From French huit.

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Mauritian Creole - Numeral

WIT * (cardinal) eight

wit

  1. (cardinal) eight

Que a categoria em OLD ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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Old English - Etymology

From Proto-Germanic _*wet_, from Proto-Indo-European _*wed-_, a suffixed form of _*wei-_ (see _wē_). Cognate with Old Norse _vit_, Gothic

From Proto-Germanic *wet, from Proto-Indo-European *wed-, a suffixed form of *wei- (see ). Cognate with Old Norse vit, Gothic

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Old English - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /wit/

  • IPA(key): /wit/

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Old English - Pronoun

WIT (personal) * We two; nominative dual form of iċ.

wit (personal)

  1. We two; nominative dual form of iċ.

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Old French - Numeral

WIT * eight

wit

  1. eight

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Old High German - Etymology

From Proto-Germanic _*wīdaz_, whence also Old Saxon _wīt_, Old English _wīd_ and Old Norse _víðr_.

From Proto-Germanic *wīdaz, whence also Old Saxon wīt, Old English wīd and Old Norse víðr.

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Old High German - Adjective

WIT * wide DESCENDANTS * Middle High German: wīt * German: weit

wit

  1. wide

Descendants

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Old Saxon - Etymology

From Proto-Germanic _*wet_.

From Proto-Germanic *wet.

Que a categoria em OLD SAXON - PRONOUN
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Old Saxon - Pronoun

WIT * We two; nominative dual form of ik. DECLENSION

wit

  1. We two; nominative dual form of ik.

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