Theet means: In 16th-century old English, theet is the term that describes a person who has a deficiency in such large amounts they needed to work. (in Community Dictionary, added by Samantha Bass)

What else does Theet mean?

  • A upscale selection of cankles There is no difference in the length of your legs from thigh-to-feet. (in Community Dictionary, added by Darren Fox)
  • Thot is the plural form of the word. Many theet, one thot. (in Community Dictionary, added by Miah Harrison)