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Definition of On dit

On dit
On dit On` dit" [F.] They say, or it is said. -- n. A flying report; rumor; as, it is a mere on dit.

Meaning of On dit from wikipedia

- duration of a dit. Each dit or dah within an encoded character is followed by a period of signal absence, called a space, equal to the dit duration. The...
- DIT may refer to: Dit name, an alternative family name, e.g., in French Canadian historical traditions Dit Clapper (1907–1978), Canadian ice hockey player...
- Lieu-dit (French pronunciation: ​[ljø.di]; plural: lieux-dits) (literally said-location) is a French toponymic term for a small geographical area bearing...
- On Dit is a student newspaper funded by the Adelaide University Union and advertising revenue which is published fortnightly during semester time. Founded...
- hit') or dit da, is a traditional Chinese method of bone-setting used to treat trauma and injuries such as bone fractures, sprains, and bruises. Dit da originated...
- conferred the Autonomous Status to DIT, further in 2013 the Uttarakhand State Government declared DIT as DIT University. DIT University has been established...
- The dit name (French: nom-dit [nɔ̃ di]) was a common French-Canadian custom by which families often adopted an alternate surname. They were also used...
- to as DIT) (Irish: Institiúid Teicneolaíochta Bhaile Átha Cliath) was a major third-level institution in Dublin, Ireland. On 1 January 2019 DIT was dissolved...
- "Elle me dit" (English: She Tells Me) is a song by Lebanese-born British singer and songwriter Mika, released as a single in France ahead of the release...
- Comme on a dit is the second album by French rock band Louise Attaque. Although darker and consequently less radio friendly[according to whom?] than the...