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adjective; folk etymology repurposing of "lit"
exciting, amazing, or fun; intoxicated or high
 
The term is often used to refer to a party or social event that is particularly good, but can also be used to describe someone who is very drunk or very high. It comes from lighting up when smoking marijuana, and from there it got generalized to describe partying, since both the sensation of being high and partying are somewhat related.
Etymology : From the word “lit” as in a lit cigarette
Source : lit, Wiktionary
Last modified: 28 November 2017


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