Tit

Tit noun 1. A small horse. Tusser. 2. A woman; -- used in contempt. Burton. 3. A morsel; a bit. Halliwell. 4. [ Middle English ; confer Icelandic titter a tit or small bird. The word probably meant originally, something small, and is per...
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tit

1. A small horse. ... 2. A woman; used in contempt. ... 3. A morsel; a bit. ... 4. [OE.; cf. Icel. Titter a tit or small bird. The word probably meant originally, something small, and is perhaps the same as teat. Cf. Titmouse, Tittle. ... <ornithology> Any one of numerous species of small singing birds belonging to the families Paridae and Le...
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Tit

• (n.) A woman; -- used in contempt. • (n.) Any one of numerous species of small singing birds belonging to the families Paridae and Leiotrichidae; a titmouse. • (n.) A morsel; a bit. • (n.) A small horse. • (n.) The European meadow pipit; a titlark.
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tit

any of a number of small active birds of the songbird family Paridae (order Passeriformes). The name tit is used primarily in the Old World; in the ... [3 related articles]
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Tit

Tit is slang for a woman's breast.
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Tit

Tit is slang for a woman's breast.
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Tit

The Tit or titmouse is a family of small, rather long-tailed, arboreal birds (Paridae), of which seven species occur in Great Britain. Of these, the blue tit (Parus coeruleus), often known as the tomtit, is the best known, a little bird measuring 10 cm in length, with a blue crown, white cheeks, greenish back, blue wings and tail, and a white breas...
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tit

Any of 65 species of insectivorous, acrobatic birds of the family Paridae, order Passeriformes. Tits are 8–20 cm/3–8 in long and have grey or black plumage, often with blue or yellow markings. They are found in Eurasia and Africa, and also in North America, where many are called chickadees
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Tit

[bird] The tits, chickadees, and titmice constitute Paridae, a large family of small passerine birds which occur in the northern hemisphere and Africa. Most were formerly classified in the genus Parus. These birds are called either `chickadees` (onomatopoeic, derived from their distinctive `chick-a dee dee dee` alarm call) or `titmice` in N...
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TIT

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