Wot Definition

wät
verb
Webster's New World
The definition of wot is to have information, or to make clearer.
An example of wot used as a verb is in the following sentence, "They think it's necessary to wot their previous statement to make it more concise.'
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(archaic) To know.

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First-person singular present indicative of wit.

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Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wit.

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interjection

What (humorous misspelling intended to mimic certain working class accents)

Wot, no bananas? (popular slogan during wartime rationing)
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Origin of Wot

  • An extension of the present-tense form of wit (verb) to apply to all forms.

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  • From wit, in return from Old English verb witan.

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  • Representing pronunciation.

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