Means idiot or rotter. Often used affectionately like bugger (noun), but when used seriously is probably more potent (but less rude) than the worst swear words.

Possibly derived from 17th century English 'get' meaning bastard.
1. Daft old git!
2. He's a nasty, horrible git.
by lolollololoLOLOL January 07, 2008
A young camel.
Gits, only a few hours old, are remarkable for learning how to run within a short span of time.
by Bleedin Rascal January 09, 2013
Get in there son
Person1: So I met this girl
Person2: Gits
by AnonymousIV August 21, 2011
Used in and around the North-East of England, git or geet is used in two very specific ways:
1) Used to amplify the severity or something
2) Used as a buffer in a sentence when the correct word cannot be brought to mind. In this context, it's use is comparable to the rest of the English speaking worlds use of the word 'like'.
1) "It made us git mad" or "Ya git poof"

2) "...and ah was git...whatever"
by ifshsig April 23, 2008
A word that one calls another to express distaste or annoyance at that person. The word is common usage as an insult in the United Kingdom
Literarily it means idoit or bastard, and can be used to express either or both terms.
"You utter git"
"Don't be so ignorant you git"
"I hate that guy, he's just such a git"
by Gleebits June 25, 2007
The way a swamp person or trailer trash tells another person to go away or leave...
"Ursula, dinn'nt I tell y'all to leave me alone while 'am brushin' mah tooth? Now 'GIT!!!!
by Marquis70 February 12, 2010
A young kid, or early teenager.
"Dawg, why are all theez Git's at the party! When the Mutha Fuckin Law come we gone get in trouble."
by The Theoretically Correct May 20, 2009
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