Jeet


Jeet

Jeet (Hindi: जीत, Urdu: جیت) is a Hindi or Urdu word meaning victory.

It may also refer to:

*Jeet (actor): An actor in India's Bengali film industry.
*Jeet Aulakh : Poet Artist (Contemporary Modern)
*Jeet (1949 film): A Hindi movie starring Dev Anand.
*Jeet (1996 film): A Hindi movie starring Sunny Deol, Salman Khan, Tabu, and Karishma Kapoor.
*Jeet (music director): A music director and composer for Bollywood movies. Formerly teamed with Pritam.
*Jeet, Palestine: A village that is located in Palestine


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  • Jeet Kï Dô — Domaine Percussion, Grappling, Armes traditionnelles Pays d origine …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Jeet ki do — Jeet kï dô Jeet Kï Dô Domaine Percussion, Grappling, Armes traditionnelles Pays d origine …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Jeet kï dô — Domaine Percussion, Grappling, Armes traditionnelles Pays d origine …   Wikipédia en Français

  • jeet — obs. form of jet …   Useful english dictionary

  • Jeet — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel Jeet Produktionsland Indien …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • jeet? — 1) Have you eaten yet? This is new england speak. We try to say an entire sentence in one word. Another example would be lesgo. Short for Let s leave this place. Jeet yet? We re set to go. We re all meeting at the wildwood steakhouse jeet? OR We… …   Dictionary of american slang

  • jeet? — 1) Have you eaten yet? This is new england speak. We try to say an entire sentence in one word. Another example would be lesgo. Short for Let s leave this place. Jeet yet? We re set to go. We re all meeting at the wildwood steakhouse jeet? OR We… …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Jeet —  Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différentes œuvres portant le même titre. Jeet (victoire) est le titre de plusieurs films indiens : Dev Anand et Suraiya Randhir Kapoor et Babita Kapoor Jeet (1996), réalisé par Raj Kanwar …   Wikipédia en Français

  • jeet — mun·jeet; …   English syllables

  • jeet — interjection Didja eat? which is slang for Did you eat? May have a negative connotation when used outside Texas or New Orleans …   Wiktionary


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