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Smitt
Smitt Smitt (sm[i^]t), n. [CF. G. schmitz a stain, schmitzen besmear. See Smite, v. t.] Fine clay or ocher made up into balls, used for marking sheep. [Eng.] --Woodward.

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- Jacob Sverdrup Smitt (6 January 1835 – 6 June 1889) was a Norwegian bishop and politician. Smitt was born in Nordre Land, Norway. He was the son of the...
- Elias Smitt (7 May 1883 – 1970) was a Norwegian forester. He was born in Bergen as a son of shipbuilder and works owner Georg Christian Smitt and Marie...
- Jimmy Smits (born July 9, 1955) is an American actor best known for playing attorney Victor Sifuentes on the 1980s legal drama L.A. Law, NYPD Detective...
- Fredrik Adam Smitt, (9 May 1839 in Halmstad – 19 February 1904 in Stockholm), was a Swedish zoologist. Smitt studied in Lund and Uppsala where he received...
- Herman Smitt Ingebretsen (6 March 1891 – 13 November 1961) was a Norwegian politician for the Conservative Party. He was the Secretary-General of the...
- oqu****a Girard, 1854 Salmo salvelinostagnalis Smitt, 1886 Salmo alpinostagnalis Smitt, 1886 Salmo hybridus Smitt, 1886 Salvelinus aureolus Bean, 1887 Salvelinus...
- Clara Emilia Smitt, (4 January 1864 – 13 January 1928) was a Swedish doctor and author. Between 1896 and 1902 she ran Saltsjöbadens sanatorium in Saltsjöbaden...
- Livius Smitt (8 October 1840 – 4 March 1890) was a Norwegian jurist and politician, joining the Conservative Party in 1884. Born in Vinje, he moved to...
- Georgia. Two species in this genus are recognized: Dissostichus eleginoides Smitt, 1898 (Patagonian toothfish) Dissostichus mawsoni Norman, 1937 (Antarctic...
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