done knowingly; deliberate; intentional
Origin of wittingMiddle English wytting ; from witen: see wit
- Aware or conscious of something.
- Done intentionally or with premeditation; deliberate.
Present participle of wit2.
- Knowledge or awareness; cognizance.
- Information obtained and passed on; news.
Partly from Old Norse vitand, partly from the present participle of wit.
- Present participle of wit.
Participle adjective of wit.