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piet

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English

Alternative spellings

Etymology

From pie + -et.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈpaɪət/

Noun

Singular
piet

Plural
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  1. (Scotland and northern UK) A magpie; a water ouzel.

Aragonese

Etymology

From Latin pes.

Noun

piet

  1. Foot.

Finnish

Noun

piet

  1. Plural form of piki.

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