- A coloquial tag question, used in the same context of the french 'nes pa?'.
- It is used by youths and that of chav elders, to determine wether their interlocutor is acknowleging they are speaking.
- also used as a 'blend' (two words made as one e.g. internet) of the word isn't (made up of the words verb. is and the archeic adverb. not) and the colloquial noun it.
- often used as a instinctual mating call of the chav breed.
"good, innit?"
"sound man innit?"
"innit bab"
by jeff bean January 20, 2006
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This word originates in "Chutney" or "Hinglish", a hybrid of English and words local to the region of India/Pakistan. It found its way into white street slang, and thus its association with "chavs" was born.

It is not linked to lack of education or "chavness", being perfectly acceptable to say in any company.

It is used in several ways:
1. As a further contraction of "isn't it". To show that the prior statement contained an element to which the listener is expected to agree, or disagree with.
2. As an expression of agreement.
3. To merely emphasize whatever came before it.
1. -It's raining outside, innit?

-These chav-bashers are cunts, innit?

2. -Innit! In fact, it's pissing it down.

- Innit! It must stem from some sense of inadequacy.

3. - Don't smoke that! There's kids here, innit!
by Jinny the Squinny February 27, 2005
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British slang. Question inflexion that can be added to the end of almost any sentence, prompting the listener to give an ackowlegement. Originally began as a contraction of the phrase "isn't it" (its self a contaction of "is it not") but now used in place of a huge variety of phrases, such as "don't you agree?" or "don't you think?" etc.

Can also be used to agree with a statement made by another, therefor representing the posivite of "isn't it" ("isn't it though!" etc.).

Popularised amongst the British Asian community, due to the highly multicultural nature of modern Britian, the term has quickly become almost toally universal in all generations born in the UK during the last thirty years.
"That's like, the fifth time you seen that film innit?"

Person 1: "Damn, Americans are so dumb!"
Person 2: "Yeah innit"

"British Asian girls are so fine, innit?"
by Yixian December 15, 2005
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slang for 'isn't it'
other words include:
dunnit (doesn't it)
wannit (wasn't it)

these words are used by individuals who use all three brain cells to create speech that in virtually incoherent.
Townie 1: Fuck, innit.
Townie 2: Innit
by someone else (again) May 4, 2005
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innit..something to make chavs sound chavish...
innit bruv...you startin'?..he is innit
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coming from downtown england, this word can be a noun, verb or adjective. The original meaning was 'isn't it' or anything along those lines but has now become just a fill-in word to make a sentence confusing and/or have zero meaning.
1."yo chekd out ma bling bling innit"
2."what yous lookin at innit?!"
by annamariaaaa April 8, 2008
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