a combination of literally and legitimately. Not as annoying to say as legit (because everyone says that).
OMG! That party was legiterally the the SHIT! People were hooking up, legiterally, in every corner of the basement!
Something that is both literally true and legitimate at the same time. to show or declare to be legitimate or proper, well in In a literal manner or sense or Used to acknowledge that something is not literally true but is used for emphasis or to express strong feeling.
The New York Giants legiterally won the Superbowl In 2012.
I am Legiterally the best at drinking in the world.
adjective- combination of the words legit and literally, used if something is so legit that it must be taken in the most literal sense, also used jokingly to combat people who use the words- legit and literally too much. Common ethnic use for first definition, white girls. Second definition, all males.
Sophie: Oh my god!
Sophie: I just legiterally
made 4 trillion dollars at work today.
JP: I literally just kissed her four minutes ago.
Sean: But your house is 20 minutes from hers.
JP: I know but it was legit though. What did you do at work today?
Sean: Well, I just legiterally
saved the company from bankruptcy
Someone or Something that is Literally Legit.
"That was Legiterally the best party ever."
"That is a Legiterally Kick-Ass Band!"
With the new "legit" craze, it has the same meaning as the words "legit" and "literally". They're just combined into one word. Also sounds like something George Bush would say.
I legiterally have never seen the movie Jaws in my entire life.
to be legitimately literal. or literally legitimate. (can be used in either form)
Marisa: "oh my god, i've been in school forever!"
Katie: "I have been in school for 15 hours, legiterally"
A mix between the two words "legit" and "literally."
Alex: So are you really going skydiving?
Cole: yeah, legiterally!