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Innit

clipping Compounding, phrase
The word is a replacement for the phrase “Isn’t it” in British slang. It is popularly used by the youth in modern England. It is done when the speaker says the phrase quickly, and innit is a word sounding like the whole phrase.
 
Street speak is sound, innit?”
Etymology : Innit is a compounded word formed from the phrase “Isn’t it”. It sounds like “Isn’t it” when the phrase is said quickly
Source : The Sunday Herald. 10/03/2010.
Last modified: 9 December 2010


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