Definition of Gittin

1. Verb. (nonstandard dialectal) (alternative spelling of gitting) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Gittin

1. get [n] - See also: get

Lexicographical Neighbors of Gittin

gith
githagism
gitoformate
gitogenin
gitonin
gitoxigenin
gitoxin
gits
gitted
gitter cell
gittern
gitterned
gitterns
gitterzelle
gitties
gittin (current term)
gitting
gittinsite
gittith
gittiths
gitty
giuen
giuseppettite
giust
giusted
giusting
giusto
giusts
giv'n

Literary usage of Gittin

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"... (6) gittin, the laws of divorce. (7) Kid- dushin, of betrothals. Order IV: (1) Baba Kama, of damages and injuries. ..."

2. A Library of American Literature from the Earliest Settlement to the Present by Edmund Clarence Stedman, Ellen Mackay Hutchinson (1889)
"Oh, what a mournin', sister,— Oh, what a mournin', brudder,— Oh, what a mournin', When de stars begin to fall 1 IN DAT GREAT gittin'-CJP MORNIN'. ..."

3. Ben King's Verse by Benjamin Franklin King, Nixon Waterman, Opie Percival Read (1898)
"'CAUSE IT'S gittin' SPRING ' I AHE ... What's the reason ? Oh, the reason's 'cause it's gittin' spring. ..."

4. Michigan Poets and Poetry: With Portraits and Biographies by Warren Wayne Lamport (1904)
"Oh, the reason's 'cause it's gittin' spring. The old man's got the rheumatiz an' stiff as he can be; Why it don't git settled weather's more'n he can see. ..."

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