[ poh-it ]
/ ˈpoʊ ɪt /
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Origin of poet
1250–1300; Middle English poete<Latin poēta<Greek poiētḗs poet, literally, maker, equivalent to poiē-, variant stem of poieîn to make + -tēs agent noun suffix
OTHER WORDS FROM poetpo·et·less, adjectivepo·et·like, adjectivenon·po·et, noun
Definition for poet (2 of 2)
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British Dictionary definitions for poet
sometimes when feminine poetess
/ (ˈpəʊɪt) /
a person who writes poetry
a person with great imagination and creativity
Word Origin for poet
C13: from Latin poēta, from Greek poiētēs maker, poet, from poiein to make
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