See also: Bits

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  • enPR: bĭts, IPA(key): /bɪts/
  • (file)
  • Rhymes: -ɪts

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bits

  1. plural of bit

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bits pl (plural only)

  1. (slang) Genitals.
    • 2016, Brandy Gaye, Goddess Particle, Lulu.com, →ISBN, page 55:
      It seemed less awkward then stripping her the right way, as he didn't care to see her bits, and though he couldn't help but see a few things while slipping her into a long shirt, he felt like he did rather well considering []
    • 2021 June 22, Nick Armbrister, Major Insomnia Corporal Sleep, nick's poetry books:
      Orange Dog
      The orange dog licks your face / Showing that she loves you / Right after she licked her bits / Giving them a good clean / But her wagging tail and smile / Are enuff []
    • 2023 May 15, Alaina Demopoulos, “Why are so many young Americans adopting fake British accents?”, in The Guardian[1], →ISSN:
      “The accent really took over when I started watching the show,” she said. “It blew the accent the fuck up, and everyone was obsessed with their cute little sayings, like ‘doing bits’.” (For the uninitiated, that means getting intimate but not having sex.)
  2. (MLE) Neighbourhood; hood; manor; ends.
    • 2013 April 8, “Off the Record”, in Topic of Discussion[2], performed by Yungen:
      You think you’re real now you’ve got a couple sticks? My favourite younger, he got stabbed in my bits. And if he died fam, I promise I’d have quit.
    • 2016 April 7, “Youniverse”, in FYO[3], performed by Avelino (rapper):
      I told the youts in my bits. Don’t ever lose if I win.
    • 2016 November 16, “Thug Life”, in T on the wing[4], performed by President T and Tupac Shakur:
      PRESIDENT T: I don’t wanna talk no crud in bars. Maybe ‘cuz, in my bits, I’m actually someone.
    • 2020 January 9, “1AM”, in Nasty[5], performed by Jaekae, Kida Kudz:
      JAEKAE: Free all my G’s, they got locked for licks. Five minutes of fame and I’m hittin’ for six. Past seven, eight, nine, and you’re in my bits.

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bits

  1. plural of bit

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Etymology 1 edit

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bits (comparative bitser, superlative meest bits or bitst)

  1. abrupt, snappy, unfriendly
  2. (obsolete) prone to biting
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Inflection of bits
uninflected bits
inflected bitse
comparative bitser
positive comparative superlative
predicative/adverbial bits bitser het bitst
het bitste
indefinite m./f. sing. bitse bitsere bitste
n. sing. bits bitser bitste
plural bitse bitsere bitste
definite bitse bitsere bitste
partitive bits bitsers
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Etymology 2 edit

See the etymology of the corresponding lemma form.

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bits

  1. plural of bit

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bits m

  1. plural of bit

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bits m (1st declension)

  1. (computing) bit

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bits m pl

  1. plural of bit

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Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): (noun and form of bita) /biːts/, (form of bitas) /bɪts/

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bits

  1. indefinite genitive singular of bit

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bits

  1. present passive of bita
  2. present indicative of bitas