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Wit is a form of humour.
Wit or WIT may also refer to:
- Any of the five wits or senses in premodern psychology
- Wit (play), a one-act play by American playwright Margaret Edson
- Wit (film), a 2001 film directed based on the play
- Witbier, a popular Belgian ale
- Antoni Wit (born 1944), Polish conductor
- Timezone in Indonesia:
- Wellington Improvisation Troupe, in Wellington, New Zealand
- Wipro, an Indian IT multinational (NYSE symbol: WIT)
- Women in Touch, a women's discussion group in Zimbabwe
- Wit Studio, a Japanese animation studio
- Walchand Institute of Technology, in Solapur, Maharashtra, India
- Waterford Institute of Technology, in Waterford, Ireland
- Wentworth Institute of Technology, in Boston, Massachusetts, United States
- Wessex Institute of Technology, in Hampshire, United Kingdom
- Western Institute of TAFE, in New South Wales, Australia
- Wufeng Institute of Technology, in Chiayi, Taiwan
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