There are 3 definitions of tit in English:

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noun

  • 1A small songbird that searches acrobatically for insects among foliage and branches. Also called titmouse or (in North America) chickadee.
    • Family Paridae: three genera, especially Parus, and numerous species. See blue tit, great tit
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    • This behavior is especially prevalent among chickadees and tits that scatter hoard food items in foliage, branches, and bark of trees.
    • Scurrying about in the woodland fringes, hedges and feeding sites are finches, tits and thrushes keep your eyes open for the occasional hen harrier, merlin and sparrowhawk.
    • He pointed out that not only pigeons live in the South Parade area, but ravens, jackdaws, collared doves, blackbirds, thrushes, wagtails, tits and the now-endangered house sparrow.
  • 1.1Used in names of birds that are similar or related to the tits, e.g. penduline tit, New Zealand tit.

Origin

mid 16th century: probably of Scandinavian origin and related to Icelandic titlingur 'sparrow'; compare with titling2 and titmouse. Earlier senses were 'small horse' and 'girl'; the current sense dates from the early 18th century.

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There are 3 definitions of tit in English:

tit2

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noun

  • 1 vulgar slang A woman’s breast.
  • 1.1British informal A foolish or ineffectual person.
  • 2 military slang A button that is pushed to fire a gun or release a bomb.

Phrases

get on someone's tits

British vulgar slang Irritate someone intensely.

tits and ass

(or chiefly British tits and bums)
vulgar slang , chiefly North American Used in reference to the use of crudely sexual images of women.

Origin

Old English tit 'teat, nipple', of Germanic origin; related to Dutch tit and German Zitze. The vulgar slang use was originally US and dates from the early 20th century.

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noun

(in phrase tit for tat)

Origin

mid 16th century: variant of obsolete tip for tap.

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