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This WEEK in TECH[edit]

Should there be a mention of the use of Twit to refer to people who are on / listen to the this WEEK in TECH podcasts? -- Imperator3733 20:19, 3 June 2008 (UTC)

twight in Spenser[edit]

The verb also occurs as twight in Spenser, according to Webster 1913. Equinox 12:48, 28 August 2013 (UTC)

Etymology of the meaning "foolish or annoying person"?[edit]

Does it come from combination of vulgar "twat" and "clit(oris)"? Or from verb "twit" (probably in the sense of "reproach")? Maybe there was also influence of the noun "nitwit"?

Probably from the verb. Not twat+clit, anyhow: those words are too recent and far more overtly sexual in meaning. Equinox 19:13, 19 December 2014 (UTC)