New Year's Eve is once a year and it's gonna be lit.
(slang) Excellent, fantastic; cool.
2017, "Out with the old, in with the new", Dundrum Gazette, 8 June 2017, page 18:
[…] will keep your feet looking lit this summer thanks to the Trainer Exchange.
2019, "Top 10 Plastic Surgeons in Manhattan", Art Bodega Magazine, December/January 2019:
At his Upper East Side office, the talented doctor has a very lit and elegant office, where art canvasses the walls.
2019, Alice Ridley, "Letter from the Editor", Connect Magazine, October 2019, page 4:
The fourth article is all about autumnal leaf photography tips to get our Instagram photos looking lit.
(illuminated):lighted, luminous; see also Thesaurus:illuminated or Thesaurus:shining
(intoxicated): See Thesaurus:stoned or Thesaurus:drunk
(sexually aroused): See Thesaurus:randy
(excellent): See Thesaurus:excellent
From Middle Englishlit, lut, from Old Englishlȳt(“little, few”), from Proto-Germanic*lūtilaz(“little, small”), from Proto-Indo-European*lewd-(“to cower, hunch over”). Cognate with Old Saxonlut(“little”), Middle High Germanlützen(“to make small or low, decrease”). More at little.
From Middle Englishlit, from Old Norselitr(“colour, dye, complexion, face, countenance”), from Proto-Germanic*wlitiz, *wlitaz(“sight, face”), from Proto-Indo-European*wel-(“to see”). Cognate with Icelandiclitur(“colour”), Old Englishwlite(“brightness, appearance, form, aspect, look, countenance, beauty, splendor, adornment”), Old Englishwlītan(“to gaze, look, observe”).
(Britain dialectal) Colour; blee; dye; stain.
From Middle Englishlitten, liten, from Old Norselita(“to colour”), from litr(“colour”). See above.
lit (third-person singular simple presentlits, present participlelitting, simple past and past participlelitted)
(transitive) To colour; dye.
Short for literature.
Clipping of literature.
'til, TIL, TLI, til
From the verb líta (‘to view’)
litn (genitive singularlits, uncountable)
short wink, view, look
yvirlit (overview, summary)
From Old Frenchlit, from Latinlectus.
third-person singular present indicative of lire
“lit” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).