any of a number of plants having sharp or hooked thorns
Origin of wait-a-bittranslated, translation of Afrikaans wacht-en-beetje: so named for their clinging thorns
Any of several plants having sharp, often hooked thorns that can become caught in clothing, such as a thorny African acacia or a catbrier. Also called wait-a-minute.
Origin of wait-a-bitTranslation of Afrikaans wag-'n-bietjie.
- any of several small bushes with sharp hooked thorns.
- From Afrikaans wag-'n-bietjie.