Spit may refer to:
- Spit, another word for rain
- Spit, another word for rapping
- Spit, another word for saliva
- Spitting, the act of forcibly expelling from the mouth
- Spit (archaeology) an archaeological term for a unit of archaeological excavation
- Spit (card game)
- Spit (landform), a section of land that extends into a body of water
- Spit (VoIP spam), an unsolicited telephone call made using IP telephony
- Spit the dog, sidekick of Bob Carolgees
Spit may also refer to:
Other articles related to "spit":
... "Spit", a song by American rock band KISS Spit (album), the first album by all-female metal band Kittie ...
... Semiahmoo Spit is a spit that protrudes from the westernmost expanse of shore along Drayton Harbor in the city of Blaine, WA located in Whatcom County, WA ...
... Spit Shine Records, also known as Spit Shine International, is an American independent record label and Jamaican sound system specializing in ska, roots, and dub music ...
... Because of its location, the spit provides access to countless resources that thrive in both the calm waters of Drayton Harbor, and the ocean currents through the Strait of Georgia ... Historically, the Lummi Indian Nation used the spit for its natural resources a major village was built on the spit ... Today, shell midden is clearly visible in many places, on either side of the spit, as wave action has cut away at the shore, revealing historic artifacts ...
... The northern end of the island (including Sidney Spit, a sandspit) is part of the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve ... It was formerly the Sidney Spit Marine Park under provincial jurisdiction ... Sidney Spit is accessible by the privately operated walk-on passenger ferry that runs between the Sidney Pier (in Sidney) and Sidney Spit during the summer months ...
Famous quotes containing the word spit:
“There was an old man from Darjeeling
Who got on a bus bound for Ealing.
It said at the door,
Please dont spit on the floor,
So he carefully spat on the ceiling.”
“In a rich mans house there is no place to spit but his face.”
—Diogenes of Sinope (c. 410c. 320 B.C.)
“You call me misbeliever, cut-throat dog,
And spit upon my Jewish gaberdine,
And all for use of that which is mine own.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)