wait–a–bit

noun

Definition of wait–a–bit

  1. :  any of several plants bearing thorns or stiff hooked appendages that catch and tear the clothing: such as a :  new zealand bramble b :  greenbrier c :  any of various hawthorns d southern Africa :  any of various acacias and mimosas e :  grapple plant f :  prickly ash g West Indies :  cockspur 2b

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Origin and Etymology of wait–a–bit

translation of Afrikaans wacht-en-bitje


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