Definitions of Wot

  1. of Wit
  2. of Weet
  3. 1st & amp; 3d pers. sing. pres. of Wit, to know. See the Note under Wit, v.
  4. 1st & 3d pers. sing. pres. of Wit, to know. See the Note under Wit, v.
  5. 1st & 3d pers. sing. pres. ind. Of WIT, v.
  6. To know; to be aware. See Wit.
  7. The pt. of wit, to know; to be aware.

Usage examples for Wot

  1. Dat's wot youse said. – The Adventures of Jimmie Dale by Frank L. Packard
  2. Wot the deuce are you chippin' at? – The Kangaroo Marines by R. W. Campbell
  3. She hath been a care in the cold winter, and a sorrow in her sickness with her teeth- for no man, I wot, can help a small child when the teeth come through the gum, and she can but cry ah! – A Child's Book of Saints by William Canton
  4. This caave es wot you call convainient. – The Birthright by Joseph Hocking
  5. An' nourishment is wot counts, ain't it?" – Captain Jim by Mary Grant Bruce
  6. Wot's money, when your friend wot give it ain't 'ere! – The Judgment House by Gilbert Parker
  7. I meant wot I said. – The Children's Pilgrimage by L. T. Meade
  8. " Never you mind wot I done," said Keekie Joe. – Pee-Wee Harris Adrift by Percy Keese Fitzhugh
  9. Yea, I know, said the wood- wife; my child here hath told me all; and now ye wot not where they are or if they be yet alive, all or any of them. – The Water of the Wondrous Isles by William Morris
  10. Shall I tell yer wot the Press did? – The Fourth Series Plays, Complete by John Galsworthy
  11. But you know wot I mean. – The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists by Robert Tressell
  12. I'll tell 'ee wot it is, lads, let's put 'im in a sack an' leave him in the Great Chapel Field to cool hisself. – The Lifeboat by R.M. Ballantyne
  13. Now I waked very sudden, maybe seven hours after; and I had knowledge within me that my spirit did wot of some nigh danger. – The Night Land by William Hope Hodgson
  14. I wot that they fall not heavily upon him at meal time. – A Maid at King Alfred’s Court by Lucy Foster Madison
  15. For, sir,- he hid his burning face in his hands as he leant on the back of a chair- I wot that she has ever liked me better, far better than him. – The Armourer's Prentices by Charlotte Mary Yonge
  16. That do I wot, sir. – Unknown to History A Story of the Captivity of Mary of Scotland by Charlotte M. Yonge