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1bitt

noun \ˈbit\

Definition of BITT

1
:  a post or pair of posts fixed on the deck of a ship for securing lines
2
:  bollard 1

Origin of BITT

probably from Middle French bitte, ultimately from Old Norse biti beam
First Known Use: 1593

2bitt

verb

Definition of BITT

transitive verb
:  to make (a cable) fast about a bitt

First Known Use of BITT

1769

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unmistakable, remarkable, or voluptuous
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