Teat vs. Teet — What's the Difference?
By Tayyaba Rehman — Updated on September 12, 2023
Which is correct: Teat or Teet
How to spell Teat?
Difference Between Teat and Teet
A teat is the projection from the mammary glands of mammals from which milk flows or is ejected for the purpose of feeding young. In many mammals the teat projects from the udder.
Teet is a misspellings of teat.
A nipple of the mammary gland of a female mammal, from which the milk is sucked by the young.
A nipple of the mammary gland; a mamilla.
(anatomy) The projection of a mammary gland from which, on female mammals, milk is secreted.
Synonyms: tit (now vulgar), pap, nipple, dug
Something resembling a teat, such as a small protuberance or nozzle.
An artificial nipple used for bottle-feeding infants.
The protuberance through which milk is drawn from the udder or breast of a mammal; a nipple; a pap; a mammilla; a dug; a tit.
A small protuberance or nozzle resembling the teat of an animal.
The small projection of a mammary gland
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