Petit is the French adjective (qualifier) for "small", or "little", in the masculine form. In the feminine form, it is petite. It may also refer to any of the following:

  • Petit's triangle (inferior lumbar triangle), . See Petit's hernia
  • Petit Jean State Park
  • Petit juror
  • Petite sizes in women's clothing
  • Petite bourgeoisie in sociology
  • Petit (EP), a 1995 EP by Japanese singer-songwriter Ua
  • Petit (crater), a small, bowl-shaped lunar crater on Mare Spumans

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Petit Courbu
... Petit Courbu is a white wine grape from Gascony with a long history in the region ... It is known under the synonyms Courbu and Courbu Petit ...
Louis Dewis - George Petit - The Opportunity of A Lifetime
... The influential French art dealer, Georges Petit, was impressed by the Belgian's work in Bordeaux ... Petit's support could be life-changing ... Petit's historic Expositions internationales de Peinture had featured works by Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Alfred Sisley ...
Petit - People - Footballers
... Emmanuel Petit (born 1970), former French midfielder, who played for France, Monaco, Arsenal, Barcelona and Chelsea Petit (Portuguese footballer) (born 1976), Portuguese ...
Petit Pont
... The Petit Pont (Little Bridge) is a bridge crossing the River Seine in Paris, built in 1853, although a structure has crossed the river at this point since antiquity ... The Petit Pont is notable for having been destroyed, at least thirteen times since its original inception during Gallo-Roman times to the mid-19th century ...