Definition of semmit in English:

semmit

Line breaks: sem¦mit
Pronunciation: /ˈsɛmɪt
 
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noun

Scottish
An undershirt; a vest.
More example sentences
  • The fashion of racing up the pitch with the jersey pulled over the face to reveal the sports semmit has been rife these last two or three seasons.
  • Wearing semmits and hard hats they climbed through young trees to an open slope.
  • The man who is too sexy for his semmit has been under attack of late.

Origin

late Middle English: of unknown origin.

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