Words and Phrases
flit (n) and (vb)

“flit (n) and (vb)”

Meaning:

house-move; or verb - to move house; move from one place to another

In Literature:

Excerpt from Bab on Golf by Bab M'Keen

It’s tae be a cure fer al’ diseases onther the sun
an’ the doctors ir gaun tae flit tae some ither quarter

Excerpt from Flittin' by Charlie Reynolds

Noo efter getting’ near kilt
wae the nerra gauge trane,
wae shane upped oor sticks
an’ jest flitted agane

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