Ceit

Ceit f
Scottish Gaelic spelling of KATE (SEE Kate).
Pet form: Ceiteag.

First names dictionary. 2012.

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  • ceit — con·ceit·ed; de·ceit; de·ceit·ful; de·ceit·ful·ly; de·ceit·ful·ness; con·ceit; con·ceit·ed·ly; con·ceit·ed·ness; …   English syllables

  • CEIT — Center of Excellence for Information Technology (Community » Non Profit Organizations) …   Abbreviations dictionary

  • de|ceit´ful|ness — de|ceit|ful «dih SEET fuhl», adjective. 1. ready or willing to deceive or lie: »A liar is a deceitful person. SYNONYM(S): insincere, disingenuous. 2. meant to deceive; deceiving; misleading: »She told a deceitful story to avoid punishment.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • de|ceit´ful|ly — de|ceit|ful «dih SEET fuhl», adjective. 1. ready or willing to deceive or lie: »A liar is a deceitful person. SYNONYM(S): insincere, disingenuous. 2. meant to deceive; deceiving; misleading: »She told a deceitful story to avoid punishment.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • de|ceit|ful — «dih SEET fuhl», adjective. 1. ready or willing to deceive or lie: »A liar is a deceitful person. SYNONYM(S): insincere, disingenuous. 2. meant to deceive; deceiving; misleading: »She told a deceitful story to avoid punishment. SYNONYM(S) …   Useful english dictionary

  • con|ceit´ed|ly — con|ceit|ed «kuhn SEE tihd», adjective. 1. having too high an opinion of oneself or one s ability; vain: »We heard no more of the conceited boy s great strength after he lost the fight. SYNONYM(S): egotistical, proud. 2. Dialect. full of notions; …   Useful english dictionary

  • con|ceit|ed — «kuhn SEE tihd», adjective. 1. having too high an opinion of oneself or one s ability; vain: »We heard no more of the conceited boy s great strength after he lost the fight. SYNONYM(S): egotistical, proud. 2. Dialect. full of notions; fanciful;… …   Useful english dictionary

  • de|ceit — «dih SEET», noun. 1. the act of making a person believe as true something that is false; deceiving, lying or cheating: »The swindler s open, frank face made him seem incapable of deceit. 2. a dishonest trick; a lie spoken or acted: »A polite… …   Useful english dictionary

  • self-con|ceit|ed — «SEHLF kuhn SEE tihd», adjective. having or showing self conceit …   Useful english dictionary

  • self-con|ceit — «SEHLF kuhn SEET», noun. too much pride in oneself or one s ability; conceit. SYNONYM(S): egotism …   Useful english dictionary

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