weett; new word, ‘we eat’, sent through any transmission or publication e.g. ‘tweet’, emails etc, as an fyi notice or response to a tweet
weett; we + ETT(Equally Transmit Truth) via a witty new word, ingested or 'etten' by people of all languages,
weetties; ‘words of wisdom’ 'nourishment for knowledge’
Etymology of ‘weet’
Representing a Middle English variant of wit(verb).
weet (present weet, present participle wetende, past wis, past participle geweet)
1. to know
2. be be aware of
weet m (plural weten, diminutive weetje n)
1. knowledge; science.
2. (archaic) notice; advertisement.
weet; To know and be able to
1. Derivative of Dutch weet meaning "to know" or "knowledge"
2. Derivative of woot meaning something like "YES!"
German and Low German
weet + tweet ; a tweet, or transmission of a witty new word
(n.) a short, sweet tweet