There are 2 definitions of -et in English:

-et1

Syllabification: -et

suffix

Forming nouns that were originally diminutives: baronet hatchet tablet

Origin

from Old French -et, -ete.

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Pronunciation: ɪˈpɪlɪən
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There are 2 definitions of -et in English:

-et2

Syllabification: -et
(also -ete)

suffix

Forming nouns such as comet, and often denoting people: athlete poet

Origin

from Greek -ētēs.

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