I left what's at the beginning of the page, although I don't think it says a lot...
How does it mean sexual intercourse???
The only thing I can think of is a phrase like this:
Let's do it.
But it's simply a pronoun replacing a noun. It doesn't mean all of a sudden it gets that meaning.
- I've removed the first part of the article. The number of meanings might as well be a number pulled out of the air like "Heinz 57 varieties". That never really represented 57 varieties, but it sounded good so the company adopted it as a slogan. "It" as sexual intercourse i8s also meaningless. This usage is really as a general purpose euphemism for anything that may be slightly naughty or forbidden. Eclecticology 01:57 May 20, 2003 (UTC)!
It as noun
İngiliscə — Azərbaycanca?
- He’s saying that o is an Azeri pronoun for he/she/it/that, and bu is an Azeri pronoun for this/it. —Stephen 16:44, 11 December 2008 (UTC)
- Azeri is highly inflected, so there are limited uses for nominative singular o. —Stephen 18:46, 11 December 2008 (UTC)
It girl should be added to derived terms.--TonyTheTiger 00:46, 19 November 2009 (UTC)