See also: skíta

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NounEdit

skita f (genitive singular skitu, nominative plural skitur)

  1. (informal, vulgar) diarrhea

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

Alternative formsEdit

  • skite (verb with e or split infinitive)

PronunciationEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse skíta, from Proto-Germanic *skītaną. Akin to English shit.

VerbEdit

skita (present tense skit, past tense skeit, supine skite, past participle skiten, present participle skitande, imperative skit)

  1. to defecate, shit

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skita

  1. (colloquial, vulgar) Used as an intensifier for drunkenness

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Old SwedishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse skíta, from Proto-Germanic *skītaną.

VerbEdit

skīta

  1. to defecate, shit

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  • Swedish: skita

SwedishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Swedish skīta, from Old Norse skíta, from Proto-Germanic *skītaną, from Proto-Indo-European *skeyd, *sḱeyd- (to part with, separate, cut off).

VerbEdit

skita (present skiter or skitar, preterite sket or skitade, supine skitit or skitat, imperative skit or skita)

  1. (vulgar, strong conjugation) to shit
  2. (skita i, strong conjugation) to ignore, to not give a shit about (something)
    dom säger att jag skiter i allt, men det skiter jag i
    they say that I don't give a shit about anything, but I don't give a shit about that
    sköt dig själv och skit i andra
    mind your own business and leave others alone
  3. (skita ner, weak conjugation) to make dirty, to leave garbage behind

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