leet definition

  • noun:
    • A portion or number, specially a summary of prospects for an office.
    • A regular court where particular lords had jurisdiction over local disputes, or even the real area of this jurisdiction.
    • The European pollock.
    • Abbreviation of leetspeak.
    • A portion; a list, esp. a list of prospects for an office.
    • A court-leet; the region within the jurisdiction of a court-leet; your day by which a court-leet is held.
    • The European pollock.
    • an old English courtroom; initially, the assembly for the men of a township for administering regulations regarding the neighborhood. See court-leet.
    • The district at the mercy of the jurisdiction of a court-leet.
    • a single day upon which a court-leet happened; additionally, the ability to hold these types of a court, that later times might be given to a baron.
    • One portion; plenty.
    • a summary of prospects for just about any office.
    • See leat.
    • A dialectal type of light.
  • verb:
    • Simple past of permit.
  • adjective:
    • Of or relating to leetspeak.
    • Possessing outstanding ability in a field; expert, masterful.
    • Having exceptional social position over other individuals; upper class, elite.
    • Awesome, typically to explain a feat of ability; cool, sweet.
  • others:
    • of let, to allow.
    • A dialectal type of lite, bit.
    • To let on; pretend; feign.
    • A dialectal as a type of light.

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