noun British Dialect.
Examples from the Web for eyot
Historical Examples of eyot
My will is, that we two champions be all alone and afoot on the eyot.Child Christopher
Every one on the bank and eyot stopped to watch him—they knew him, he was training.The Open Air
With one accord they sprang overboard and swam for the nearest shore, that of the eyot.Samba
The eyot also is quartered, and carefully explored from end to end.Gwen Wynn
Those in the centre of the eyot were black with swallows--like the black blight on beans.The Naturalist on the Thames
C. J. Cornish
Word Origin for eyot
"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.