Eyot



[ahy-uh t, eyt] /ˈaɪ ət, eɪt/

noun, British Dialect.
1.
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/aɪt/
noun
1.
(Brit, rare) island
n.

“small island,” from Middle English eyt, from Old English iggað “small island,” diminutive of eg, ig, ieg “island” (see island). Ending influenced by French diminutive suffix -ot.

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