SQUIT

Etymology 1

Noun

squit (countable and uncountable, plural squits)

(derogatory, informal, countable) A person of low status.

(Norfolk, uncountable) Nonsense; amusing stories.

Etymology 2

Verb

squit (third-person singular simple present squits, present participle squitting, simple past and past participle squitted)

(transitive, internet) To disconnect (an IRC server) from a network.

Anagrams

• Quist, quist, quits

Source: Wiktionary



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