Etymology
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teat (n.)

mid-13c., from Old French tete "teat" (12c., Modern French tette), from Proto-Germanic *titta (source of Old English titt, see tit). Spanish teta, Italian tetta are from the same source.

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Definitions of teat

teat (n.)
the small projection of a mammary gland;
Synonyms: nipple / mammilla / mamilla / pap / tit
From wordnet.princeton.edu