- Shit is defined as a way to express anger, surprise or disappointment.
An example of shit is what someone would say after dropping something heavy on their foot.
- Shit is the waste from a bowel movement.
An example of shit is what's in a baby's poop-filled diaper.
- Shit means having a bowel movement.
An example of to shit is going "number two."
Origin of shitearlier shite ; from Old English sc?tan, akin to Dutch schijten (MLowG sch?ten), German scheissen (OHG sk?zan) ; from Germanic an unverified form sk?t-, an unverified form skit-
- to discharge (excrement)
- to soil by defecation: to shit one's pants
- Slang to tease or try to fool
- excrement; feces
- Slang the act of discharging excrement
- anyone or anything thought of as being bad, disgusting, foolish, worthless, etc.
- the smallest or least thing, amount, etc.: usually in negative constructions: they didn't do shit to help us; the wrecked auto isn't worth shit
- nonsense; foolishness
- things in general; stuff
- an intoxicant or narcotic, esp. marijuana or heroin
beat the shit out of
get (or have) one's shit together
give a shit
not worth a shit
take a shit
when the shit hits the fan
verbshit also shat , shit·ting, shits
- To defecate in (one's clothes or bed).
- To tease or try to deceive.
- The act or an instance of defecating.
- shits Diarrhea. Used with the.
- a. Something considered disgusting, of poor quality, foolish, or otherwise totally unacceptable.b. A mean or contemptible person.
- A narcotic or intoxicant, such as marijuana or heroin.
- Things; items.
- Foolish, deceitful, or boastful language.
- Insolent talk or behavior.
- Trouble or difficulty.
- A small or worthless amount: He doesn't know shit.
Origin of shitMiddle English shitten, probably from Old English -sciten (as in besciten, covered with excrement), past participle of *sc&imacron;tan, to defecate; see skei- in Indo-European roots.