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Language(s) Estonian
Name day 18 September [1]
Word/name Old High German
Region of origin Estonia
Other names
Related namesTiidrik, Tiido, Tiidu

Tiit is predominantly an Estonian masculine given name [1] and occurs, to a lesser extent, as a surname.

Given name

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  1. 1 2 "Eesnime Tiit statistika". www.stat.ee (in Estonian). Retrieved 2 February 2022.