Associations to the word «Brit»
BRIT, noun. (informal) (formerly offensive) A British person.
BRIT, noun. A Brit Award, a prize for musicians in Britain.
BRIT, adjective. Abbreviation of British.
BRIT, proper noun. Abbreviation of Britain.
BRIT, proper noun. (lexicography) Abbreviation of British English.
BRIT, verb. (transitive) To break in pieces; divide.
BRIT, verb. (transitive) To bruise; indent.
BRIT, verb. (intransitive) To fall out or shatter (as overripe hops or grain).
BRIT, verb. (intransitive) (dialectal) To fade away; alter.
BRIT, noun. One of the young of herrings, sprats etc
BRIT, noun. One of the tiny crustaceans, of the genus Calanus, that are part of the diet of right whales.
BRIT, noun. Brit milah
BRIT MILAH, noun. (Judaism) The Jewish ceremony of male circumcision normally performed on the eighth day of life.
BRIT, noun. A native or inhabitant of Great Britain.
BRIT, noun. The young of a herring or sprat or similar fish.
BRIT, noun. Minute crustaceans forming food for right whales.
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