pytt

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Proto-Germanic *putjaz, apparently from Latin puteus. Cognate with Old Frisian pett (West Frisian pet), Old High German pfuzzi (German Pfütze), Old West Norse pyttr (Danish pyt).

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Noun[edit]

pytt m

  1. pit
  2. well, pool
  3. grave
  4. pockmark; pustule

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