fytte


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fytte

(fɪt)
n
(Music, other) obsolete a section of a song
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On another occasion, a single word is made to work a bit too hard, as when Catherine Richardson makes much of the legal testimony made by a suitor's go-between who claims that the object of the suitor's affection, Godlene, kept a hat he gave her and, in his words, "she marvelled that the said Richard [her wooer] could happen to buye such a verye fytte hatt for her as the same hatt was.
From Fa (a syllable used to represent the fourth tone of a major scale or sometimes the tone F) to Fytte (archaic version of Fit), there are roughly eight thousand six hundred words in the English language that begin with the letter F.
1512-13 Book of payments made by William Fytte, subalmoner of Westminster Abbey (WAM 33301, f.