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A different kind of ghit…

There’s a whole new meaning, and spelling, for the word git in the Open Dictionary this week – ghit. Of course, git is an insulting term for someone who’s annoying you, but ghit has an altogether different flavour. Like so many new terms these days, it has its roots in technology, and is actually a blend of the nouns Google and hit. It’s quite a satisfying one though, especially when your search is proving fruitless

‘An hour’s searching, 500 ghits and I’m still no closer to an answer!’

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