• From Middle English tete, from Old French tete ("teat") (compare French tette), from Frankish *titta, from Proto-Germanic *titt-, ultimately of expressive origin. tit, which is inherited.
  • It displaced Old English titt, which survives as tit. Compare Dutch tiet and German Zitze ("teat").

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