• Definition for "doit"
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doit definition

  • noun:
    • A small Dutch money, equal to one-eighth of a stiver.
    • A small amount; a little, a jot.
    • a tiny Dutch coin, worth approximately half a farthing; in addition, the same tiny money once found in Scotland; hence, any small bit of money.
    • anything of small worth.
    • A small copper coin (the eighth section of a stiver) previously current in Netherlands together with Dutch colonies, and really worth about a farthing.
    • Any trifling money or amount of cash.
    • For this reason A trifle: since, I care perhaps not a doit.
    • A small Dutch coin, equivalent to one-eighth of a stiver.
    • a little bit; quite, a jot.
    • a tiny Dutch money, really worth approximately half a farthing; also, an identical little money as soon as utilized in Scotland; for this reason, any small little bit of money.
    • something of little value.
    • A small copper coin (the 8th section of a stiver) previously current within the Netherlands and the Dutch colonies, and really worth about a farthing.
    • Any trifling coin or sum of cash.
    • therefore A trifle: because, I care maybe not a doit.
    • a little Dutch coin, equivalent to one-eighth of a stiver.
    • a little bit; slightly, a jot.
    • a little Dutch money, worth about 50 % a farthing; in addition, an equivalent small coin once utilized in Scotland; ergo, any tiny bit of money.
    • anything of small price.
    • a tiny copper coin (the 8th element of a stiver) formerly existing into the Netherlands together with Dutch colonies, and well worth about a farthing.
    • Any trifling money or sum of money.
    • For this reason A trifle: as, I care not a doit.
    • a little Dutch coin, comparable to one-eighth of a stiver.
    • a little bit; quite, a jot.
    • a tiny Dutch money, really worth about half a farthing; additionally, an identical small coin as soon as utilized in Scotland; ergo, any little bit of money.
    • anything of little price.
    • A small copper money (the eighth element of a stiver) previously present in Netherlands together with Dutch colonies, and really worth about a farthing.
    • Any trifling money or sum of cash.
    • ergo A trifle: because, I care maybe not a doit.
  • others:
    • An obsolete (Scotch) variant of dote.
    • An obsolete (Scotch) variation of dote.
    • An obsolete (Scotch) variant of dote.
    • An obsolete (Scotch) variation of dote.
  • verb:
    • have intercourse with
    • have actually intercourse with
    • have sexual intercourse with
    • have actually intercourse with
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