Variant of shit
intransitive verbshit, shat, shitting
to discharge excrement; defecate
Origin of shitearlier shite ; from Old English scītan, akin to Dutch schijten (MLG schīten), German scheissen (OHG skīzan) ; from Germanic an unverified form skīt-, an unverified form skit-
- to discharge (excrement)
- Slang to tease or try to fool
- excrement; feces
- the act of discharging excrement
- anyone or anything thought of as being bad, disgusting, foolish, worthless, etc.
- nonsense; foolishness
- things in general; stuff
- an intoxicant or narcotic, esp. marijuana or heroin
Slang used variously to express surprise, anger, disgust, strong disagreement, etc.
beat the shit out ofor kick the shit out of
Slang to give a severe beating to
Slang to be humble or undergo humiliation
get one's shit together
Slang to become organized or have one's affairs in order
not give a shit
Slang to not care at all
not worth a shit
Slang useless, valueless, etc.
Slang to behave contemptuously or disparagingly toward
take a shit
Slang to defecate
Slang too bad!
when the shit hits the fan
Slang at the time that a crisis point is reached or disaster takes place