From Middle English bishiten, bischiten, from Old English besċītan (“to befoul”), equivalent to be- + shite. Cognate with Scots beschite.
beshite (third-person singular simple present beshites, present participle beshiting, simple past beshit or beshote or beshat, past participle beshitten)
- (archaic, transitive) To shite all over; befoul with shitting; beshit.
- 1856, John Skelton, Alexander Dyce, The Poetical Works of John Skelton:
- At last Skelton awaked, & felt the sheetes all wete; waked his wife, and sayd, What, hast thou beshitten the bed?