/chit/, n.
1. a signed note for money owed for food, drink, etc.
2. any receipt, voucher, or similar document, esp. of an informal nature.
3. Chiefly Brit. a note; short memorandum.
[1775-85; short for chitty < Hindi chitti]
/chit/, n.
a child or young person, esp. a pert girl.
[1350-1400; for sense of "the young of an animal"; 1615-25 for current sense; ME; perh. akin to KITTEN or KID]
/chit/, n. Hinduism.

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