Post-it Definition

pōstĭt
proper name
Any of the small pieces of colored paper in a pad, each piece backed with a weak adhesive, suitable for temporarily attaching notes to documents or other flat surfaces.
Webster's New World
noun
A single piece of such paper.
Webster's New World
A post-it note.
Wiktionary
other
A trademark for a slip of notepaper with an adhesive edge that allows it to be attached and removed from a document without causing damage.
American Heritage

Other Word Forms of Post-it

Noun

Singular:
post-it
Plural:
post-its

Origin of Post-it

  • From the 3M trademark Post-it.

    From Wiktionary

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