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Leet

Definition of the adjective Leet

What does Leet mean as an attribute of a noun?

adjective

  1. Of or relating to leetspeak.
  2. Possessing outstanding skill in a field; expert, masterful.
  3. Having superior social rank over others; upper class, elite.
  4. Awesome, typically to describe a feat of skill; cool, sweet.

Definition of the noun Leet

What does Leet mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: leets

  1. [Scotland] A portion or list, especially a list of candidates for an office.
  2. [British, obsolete] A regular court in which the certain lords had jurisdiction over local disputes, or the physical area of this jurisdiction.
  3. [zoology] The European pollock.

Definition of the verb Leet

What does Leet mean as a doing word?

verb

  1. [obsolete] [simple past of let]

Place

Leet a.k.a. Leet, West Virginia: Leet is an unincorporated community in Lincoln County, West Virginia, United States. Leet is 7 miles north-northwest of Chapmanville.

Miscellanea

  1. Leet, also known as eleet or leetspeak, is an alternative alphabet for the English language that is used primarily on the Internet. It uses various combinations of ASCII characters to replace Latinate letters. For example, leet spellings of the word leet include 1337 and l33t; eleet may be spelled 31337 or 3l33t.
    • also known as l33t
  2. Leet is an esoteric programming language based loosely on Brainfuck and named for the resemblance of its source code to the symbolic language "L33t 5p34k". L33t was designed by Stephen McGreal and Alex Mole to be as confusing as possible. It is Turing-complete and has the possibility for self-modifying code. Software written in the language can make network connections and may therefore be used to write malware.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Leet

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Google previewThe national encyclopædia. Libr. ed (1879)

by National cyclopaedia

The Public Leet is an assembly held in each of the larger divisions of the county, called a hundred, at which all...

Google previewThe law lexicon; or dictionary of jurisprudence, etc (1860)

by John Jane Smith WHARTON

(Coke says, leet is a Saxon word, and comes from the verb gelathian, or gelethian (g being added euphonia gratia),

Google previewThe cabinet lawyer (1859)

a popular digest of the laws of England by John Wade

The Court Leet is a court incident to a hundred, ordained for punishing encroachments, nuisances, fraudulent weights, and offences against the crown. The steward is the judge ; and every one, from the age of twelve to sixty years, that dwells ...

Google previewDorset Pubs & Breweries (2013)

by Tim Edgell

The Court Leet is an ancient manorial retinue of officers including Bailiff (Court Overseer), Hayward (enclosures and fences), Constable (law and order), Carniter (meat quality), Scavenger (lanes & privies), Ale Taster and Bread Weigher.

Google previewThe Cabinet Lawyer, Or, Popular Digest of the Laws of England .. 4th Ed., with an Appendix of the Acts of 9 Geo.IV and Digest of Law Cases from the Commencement of Michaelmas Term, A.D. 1827 (1828)

by J. W.

The Court Leet is a court of record incident to a hundred, ordained for punishing encroachments, nuisances, fraudulent weights, and offences against the crown. The steward is the judge; and every one, from the age of twelve to sixty years, that ...

Google previewThe Jurisdiction of the Court Leet exemplified in the articles which the jury or inquest for the King, in that Court, is ... enjoined to inquire of and present. Together with approved precedents. Second edition, with ... additions (1816)

by Joseph Ritson

The Leet is a court of record for the cognisance of criminal matters, or pleas of the crown, and necessarily belongs to the king; though a subject, usually the lord of a manor, may be and is entitled to the profits, consisting of the Sheriff'sTourn, ...

Google previewThe Legal Guide (1839)

A Court Leet is a Court of Record, having the same jurisdiction within some particular precincts, as the Sheriffs' town has in the county, and is derived by a grant from the Crown. 7. A Free Fishery, or exclusive right of fishing in a public river, is a ...

Google previewThe Cabinet Lawyer, or a popular digest of the Laws of England ... with the criminal law. Also, a dictionary of law terms, etc. With a preface signed J. W., i.e. John Wade (1847)

by J. W.

The Court Leet is a court of record incident to a hundred, ordained for punishing encroachments, nuisances, fraudulent weights, and offences against the crown. The steward is the judge; and every one, from the age of twelve to sixty years, that ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature (1810)

The leet is a court of record for the cognisance of criminal matters, or pleas of the crown, and necessarily belongs to the king; though a subject, usually the lord of a manor, may be and is entitled to the profits, consisting of the effoign-pence, ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis (1810)

by John Wilkes

The leet is a court of record for the cognisance of criminal matters, or pleas of the crown, and necessarily belozzgs to the king; though a subject, usually the lord of a manor, may be and is entitled to the profits, consisting of the essoign-pence, ...

Google previewThe Law-dictionary, Explaining the Rise Progress and Present State of the British Law Etc. The 4. Ed. with Extensive Additions ... by Thomas Colpitts Granger (1835)

by Thomas Edlyne Tomlins

The leet is a court of record for the cognizance of criminal matters, or pleas of the crown, and necessarily belongs to the king; though a subject, usually the lord of a manor, may be and is entitled to the profits, consisting of the essoign pence, ...

Google previewHistorical Encyclopedia of Illinois (1904)

by Newton Bateman, Paul Selby

KELLER LEET, land-owner, Aurora, Ill., born in Bradford, Stark County, 1ll., Dec. 21. 1873, son ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

LEET. n.s. Leete, or leta, is otherwise called a law-day. — The word seemeth to have grown from the Saxon lede, which was a court of jurisdiction above the wapentnke or hundred, comprehending three or four of them, otherwise called ...

Google previewEtymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ... Abriged from the 4. Ed (1818)

by John Jamieson

LEI LEET, j. 1. One portion of many, S.B. Statist. Ace. 2. A nomination of different ...

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Scrabble value of L1E1E1T1

The value of this 4-letter word is 4 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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