Function: verb; noun
Inflected Forms (verb/noun): tweeted; tweeting; tweets/ tweets
Etymology: From English tweet
Date: March of 2006, the foundation date of www.twitter.com
: to post a piece of writing under 140 characters in length on the well known website www.twitter.com; usually in a blog-like format that describes the state of being, situation, feelings, and/or random thoughts of the individual (Akin to a Facebook status)
: a single piece of writing one posts on www.twitter.com
<I really need to tweet about this experience on twitter!>
<God! I haven't been able to tweet all day because my computer is down!>
<“You can lead a celeb to twitter but you can't always make them tweet.” -Jonathan Ross>
<Come check out this tweet man. This is the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen in my life! Why would they post a tweet about this! Jeez...*shakes head*>
<I think I just tweeted the least important tweet ever!>
2. To post a writing on Twitter
3. A weak chirping sound (such as that of a small bird)
4. To make a weak chirping sound
5. To suck your own cock
Jessica- "OMG!!!! I'm going to go on twitter and tweet a tweet so all my friends can join in on the laughter
3. & 4. Eric - "Do you hear that tweet?"
Brett - "Yeah that bird is tweeting?
5. Luther - "Fuck man I'm mad horny, I can't get any pussy and I broke both my arms so I can't even wack off. Oh how I wish I had the ability to tweet..."
Is it just my imagination or does Twitter sometimes 'eat' your tweets? Must have a 'tweet tooth' or something. (Jim Turner, 3/16/2008)
v. To publish a pointless update about what you are doing on Twitter
Emily: Hey! I just tweeted that!
Jon's Tweet: I am going to tweet. Oops. I just did.
Mike's Tweet: @Jon That could be taken the wrong way dude
One female spawn of Kris Jenner down -- four more to go!