Definition of Git:
half-wit, nut, gage, goose, blackleg, grass, skunk, prat, cuckoo, stern, berk, do-nothing, ninny, dope, hind end, buns, rotter, so-and-so, nutcase, seat, yo-yo, fundament, green goddess, public enemy number one, vomit, dingbat, rear end, lemon, sens, doofus, ninnyhammer, can, crumb, tooshie, pot, smoke, derriere, ding-a-ling, shutout, idler, dipstick, vomitus, horror, behind, loudmouth, (the) scum of the earth, puke, jackass, barf, yob, nit, hindquarters, rear, nincompoop, ass, fanny, rat, weed, ding-dong, mooncalf, public nuisance, stinker, hobo, loafer, charlie, posterior, buttocks, dirty dog, tramp, scum bag, scab, bum, lunatic, arse, butt, polecat, nitwit, bottom, simpleton, backside, nates, featherhead, keister, rump, stinkpot, tail, squealer, blabber, simp, musk turtle, informer, sess, vermin, booby, layabout, turkey, locoweed, creep, strikebreaker, lowlife, tail end, betrayer, know-all, tush, wood pussy.
- "J. Poindexter, Colored", Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb.
- "Sundown Slim", Henry Hubert Knibbs.
- "Clover and Blue Grass", Eliza Calvert Hall.