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Definition of bint in English:


British informal , derogatory
A girl or woman.


mid 19th century: from Arabic, literally 'daughter, girl'.

Words that rhyme with bint

asquint, clint, dint, flint, glint, hint, imprint, lint, mint, misprint, print, quint, skint, splint, sprint, squint, stint, tint

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