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What do you mean by 'esketit'?

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B. Mclean

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B. Mclean, Sales Manager, MBA, Ewa

Answered on Jun 13, 2019

The word “Esketit” originated from Spanish. Esketit is an old ebonics exclamation, the etymology comes from the Latin word “Sicut” meaning “thus” or “as,” which is a form of the word “sic” (adverb). This word is an integral part of the etymology of the word “Music” itself. It is an utterance by intellectuals to express their displeasure with the rising income inequality, as well as the general degrading of our sociopolitical rhetoric.

It is imperative to note that only people with extraordinary Intelligence Quotient (IQ), typically above 200, can adequately make use of the word to its full potential. In addition, Esketit is another way of saying, “Let’s get it,” “Let’s get money,” “Turn up” or “Get lit.” It is Jetski’s personalized way of saying, “Let’s get it.” The trapper of the century uses the word like an ad-lib, in both his music and in the real world. Oic.

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