Complete Definition of "doit"

see|do it
English

Etymology
From Middle Low German doyt, cognate with Middle Dutch duit.

Pronunciation
IPA|/dÉɪt/

Noun
en-noun

  1. historical A small Dutch coin, equivalent to one-eighth of a stiver.
  2. archaic A small amount; a bit, a jot.

#:*1819: âSpeak out, ye Saxon dogs â what bid ye for your worthless lives? â How say you, you of Rotherwood?â âNot a doit I,â answered poor Wamba. â Walter Scott, Ivanhoe


French

Pronunciation
w:IPA|IPA: /dwa/
w:SAMPA|SAMPA: /dwa/

Homophones
doigt, dois

Verb
doit

  1. third person singular of devoir, must

#:Il doit aller en France un jou
#::He must go to France one day

  1. third person singular of devoir, owes

#:On me doit 3 euros
#::I am owed three euros

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