from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. of eat.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete preterit of eat.
- n. An abbreviation of Early English Text Society.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
September 24, 2008 at 7:00 am ah well… u noes… aiz inna age, dat is markded wib a “schnapszahl” as we calls eet ober here in da austria… a “schnapszahl” is a number were awl includid digits bees da saim… lik 33, whut is mai age nao… adn schnaps bees seerious alcuholic stuff… at leest iffn mai granny maeded eet herself sooo… ai fink… ai can has da sloeniss *giggles*
At mah house we call eet jus sketti…an animuls doant cares see..crazee mahkins meen crazee tastes!
De priest chant, de womans pray, de mans swear, de leetle bird go peep-peep, Bâtard, heem go yow-yow -- an 'eet is all de ver' same t'ing.
Diable heem go yow-yow — an 'eet is all de ver' same t'ing.
It's with that in mind that I have released the 50 or so non-spam-seeming comments still in moderation, mainly from someone called 'eet' - I don't get it, but whatever - Shane is a pretty odd name, too.
August 16, 2009 at 4:50 am iz dat wut yu call eet en yur haus?
Of course, we haf learn zat zis man who is captaine to ze bunch, he is mooch pig, a giant, and zere is sooch a man I know whose name eet is Sol.
"eet" is accessing BN again .. using his familiar routes in Germany. neighborlee
Nederlandse Kankerbestrijding, Geef kanker minder kans, eet volop groente en fruit najaar 2000; Russell, What the Bible Says About Healthy Living, 25.
One time a was a well off, but a have so much seeckness, so many funeral, eet make me poor.
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