From Middle English yet, yit, from Old English ġīet, gȳta, from Proto-Germanic *juta (compare West Frisian jit, jitte, Dutch ooit, German jetzt), compound of (1) *ju (see aye), from Proto-Indo-European *h₂yew-, accusative of *h₂óyu and (2) the Proto-Germanic *ta , from Proto-Indo-European *do. More at aye and -th#Etymology 2.
From Middle English yeten, from Old English ġēotan, from Proto-West Germanic *geutan, from Proto-Germanic *geutaną, from Proto-Indo-European *ǵʰewd-. Cognate with Scots yat, West Frisian jitte, Dutch gieten, German gießen, Swedish gjuta. yote.
From Middle English yeten, ȝeten, from Old English ġietan.
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