Note: these 'words' (valid or invalid) are all the permutations of the word shit. These words are obtained by scrambling the letters in shit.
Definitions and meaning of shit
enPR: shĭt, IPA(key): /ʃɪt/
From Middle Englishschit, schyt, from Old Englishsċite(“dung”) and sċitte(“diarrhoea”), from Proto-Germanic*skīta-, *skītaz, *skitiz, from Proto-Indo-European*sḱeyd-, *skeyd-(“to split, divide, separate”). Related to Middle Low Germanschite, Low GermanSchiet, Middle Dutchschitte (Dutchschijt), GermanScheiße, Swedish and Norwegian Nynorskskit, Norwegian Bokmålskitt, Icelandicskítur. Compare shite.
(bowdlerizations)s--t, s**t, s—t etc.
shite (Britain, Ireland)
sheeyit, sheeit (AAVE)
shit (usually uncountable, pluralshits)
(countable, uncountable, colloquial, vulgar) Solid excretory product evacuated from the bowels; feces.
2011, "Cholera and the super-loo", The Economist, 30 Jul 2011:
The practice in most African and some Asian cities is for private lorries to suck up human waste and dump it in rivers. [...] In tackling the shit problem, economics could well be a clincher.
(countable, colloquial, vulgar) An instance of defecation.
(countable, vulgar, colloquial) A nasty, despicable person, used particularly of men.
(uncountable, vulgar, colloquial) (in negations) Anything.
(uncountable, vulgar, colloquial) A problem or difficult situation.
(uncountable, vulgar, colloquial) A strong rebuke.
(uncountable, vulgar, colloquial) Any recreational drug, usually cannabis.
1991, Stephen Fry, The Liar, p. 28:
‘Now,’ he said, ‘if someone would close the curtains and light a joss-stick, I have here for your delight some twenty-four-carat black Nepalese cannabis resin which should be smoked immediately on account of it being seriously good shit.’
From Middle Englishschiten, shiten, from Old Englishscītan, from Proto-Germanic*skītaną, from Proto-Indo-European*sḱeyd-, *skeh₁i-d(“to cut”) (compare *skey-). Cognate with West Frisianskite, Low Germanschieten, Dutchschijten, Germanscheißen, Danishskide. More at shed.