Türkische aussprache pît
Etymologie [ 'pit ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English, from Old English pytt (“pit, hole in the ground, well, grave, pustule, pockmark”), from Proto-Germanic *puttjaz, *putiaz (“pit, well”), from Latin puteus (“trench, pit, well”), from Proto-Indo-European *pewǝ- (“to beat, hew”). Cognate with West Frisian pet (“pit”), Eastern Frisian put (“pit”), Dutch put (“well, pockmark”), German Pfütze (“puddle, pool”), Danish pyt (“pit”), Icelandic pytt (“pit”).