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To act as an informer: He snitched on his comrades.
To steal (something, usually something of little value); pilfer: snitched a cookie from the counter.
2. A thief.
snitch′er n.


(snɪtʃ) vb
2. (intr) to act as an informer
4. (Anatomy) the nose


[1900–05, Amer.; perhaps alter. of snatch]


v.i. Informal.n.
2. an informer.


Past participle: snitched
Gerund: snitching
I snitch
you snitch
he/she/it snitches
we snitch
you snitch
they snitch
I snitched
you snitched
he/she/it snitched
we snitched
you snitched
they snitched
Present Continuous
I am snitching
you are snitching
he/she/it is snitching
we are snitching
you are snitching
they are snitching
Present Perfect
I have snitched
you have snitched
he/she/it has snitched
we have snitched
you have snitched
they have snitched
Past Continuous
I was snitching
you were snitching
he/she/it was snitching
we were snitching
you were snitching
they were snitching
Past Perfect
I had snitched
you had snitched
he/she/it had snitched
we had snitched
you had snitched
they had snitched
I will snitch
you will snitch
he/she/it will snitch
we will snitch
you will snitch
they will snitch
Future Perfect
I will have snitched
you will have snitched
he/she/it will have snitched
we will have snitched
you will have snitched
they will have snitched
Future Continuous
I will be snitching
you will be snitching
he/she/it will be snitching
we will be snitching
you will be snitching
they will be snitching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been snitching
you have been snitching
he/she/it has been snitching
we have been snitching
you have been snitching
they have been snitching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been snitching
you will have been snitching
he/she/it will have been snitching
we will have been snitching
you will have been snitching
they will have been snitching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been snitching
you had been snitching
he/she/it had been snitching
we had been snitching
you had been snitching
they had been snitching
I would snitch
you would snitch
he/she/it would snitch
we would snitch
you would snitch
they would snitch
Past Conditional
I would have snitched
you would have snitched
he/she/it would have snitched
we would have snitched
you would have snitched
they would have snitched
Noun1.snitch - someone acting as an informer or decoy for the police
canary, fink, stool pigeon, stoolie, stoolpigeon, sneaker, snitcher, sneak
betrayer, blabber, informer, squealer, rat - one who reveals confidential information in return for money
Verb1.snitch - take by theft; 'Someone snitched my wallet!'
steal - take without the owner's consent; 'Someone stole my wallet on the train'; 'This author stole entire paragraphs from my dissertation'
2.snitch - give away information about somebody; 'He told on his classmate who had cheated on the exam'
shit, tell on, stag, shop, denounce, give away, betray, grass, rat
inform - impart knowledge of some fact, state or affairs, or event to; 'I informed him of his rights'
sell out - give information that compromises others


verb1. Slang. To take (another's property) without permission:
Informal: lift, swipe.
Idiom: make off with.
2. Identityservicesd Little SnitchSlang. To give incriminating information about others, especially to the authorities:
Informal: fink.
Idiom: blow the whistle.
nounSlang. One who gives incriminating information about others:
Informal: rat, tipster.
Slang: fink, snitcher, squealer, stoolie, stool pigeon.

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B.VT (= steal) → birlar
2. (= informer) → soplón/ona m/f


n (= telltale) → cafteur/euse m/f


vito snitch on somebody(inf)orklatschen


[snɪtʃ] (fam)
2.vt (steal) → sgraffignare

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Running 10.12.3 and latest LS.
Can anyone provide insight as to why identityservicesd attempts to make outgoing connections to private local (non-routable) IP addresses? I've seen LittleSnitch prompt on these every once and awhile over a considerable period of time (at least a year) and as I've grown tired of denying them without explanation of the root cause, I'm compelled to try and get to the bottom of this. I've only found one other unanswered post in this regard in this forum and one other unanswered post out on Apple's forums. (Nothing else I can pinpoint across the inter-webs.)

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Clearly -someone- out there must know why identityservicesd is trying to do this!
Typical LS entries looks like:
On Mar 20, 2017, identityservicesd tried to establish a connection to on UDP port 65419. The request was denied via connection alert.
On Mar 21, 2017, identityservicesd tried to establish a connection to on UDP port 55888. The request was denied via connection alert.

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Could another Apple daemon on the same system be listening/communicating via a private IP if my active ethernet interface is configured for 192.168.1.x? Are there Apple services that try to talk to each other over negotiated private IP addresses? (I've not heard of that, just spit balling here.) I searched my logs and found no other reference to the IPs in question.

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Any insight short of guessing is greatly appreciated.