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Noun: wit  wit
  1. A message whose ingenuity or verbal skill or incongruity has the power to evoke laughter
    - humor [US], humour [Brit, Cdn], witticism, wittiness, drollness
  2. Mental ability
    "he's got plenty of wits but no common sense";
    - brain, brainpower, learning ability, mental capacity, mentality, smarts [N. Amer, Austral, informal]
  3. A witty amusing person who makes jokes
    - wag, card, dag [US, Austral, informal]
Verb: wit (wist,witting,wot)  wit
Usage: archaic
  1. Know

Sounds like: wish, h, wi

Derived forms: wot, wits, witting, wist

Type of: content, humorist, intelligence, message, subject matter, substance

Encyclopedia: Wit