semmit

semmit

(ˈsɪmɪt; ˈsɛm-)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) Scot a vest
[C15: of unknown origin]
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Having made it to the stage in Glasgow thanks to a police escort, he opted for a simple white semmit this time which came off three quarters of the way into his set.
HOLLYWOOD The answer is "Rziko!," "Va Banque" and "Mindent Vagy Semmit." The question: What is "Jeopardy!" in Turkey, Poland and Hungary: Who would have thought that viewers in Norway, Bangladesh, Nigeria and China would have anything in common, but they do.
Cseppben es csapban / o csillog, es semmit nem tudsz, ha ezt nem" (I felt that .
Woman on the train, talking about visiting her children in prison FASHION "What do you think of your new nylon nightie, Jenny?" "I don't like it, May - I can see my semmit through it."
For Tiger us in the northern wastelands, dispensing with a semmit outdoors is A Big Deal.
River City's Paul Samson plays his crimelord with pointy-shoed precision in a shiny suit, while bearded Ulsterman David Ireland pulls off the psychopathic former Loyalist paramilitary with a wild-eyed wit, snarling around the stage wielding a giant blade and a semmit fashioned from a Rangers top.
I was almost down to my semmit and stays before I realised it wasn't the same campaign.
Apart from a hat, scarf, gloves and a woolly semmit, maybe.
Nesbittstyle semmit he's sporting at his medical for Espanyol.
Semmit He said: "I went into boxing management and promotion and John went on to train Pat Clinton on my behalf.
Morvern on up: Kathleen has added string of star roles to her debut film; Reality frights: Kathleen in Dead Set; Semmit special: Barbara Rafferty, Tony Roper, Gregor Fisher and Elaine C.