1. noun /ʃaɪt/
a) Shit, trash, rubbish.
b) A foolish or deceitful person.
See Also: talk shite
2. adjective /ʃaɪt/
Bad, awful, shit.
3. interjection /ʃaɪt/
4. verb /ʃaɪt/ still softened my heart to see a man hurt so badly he sobbed and shited on himself.

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