Origin: LME Pictes, pl. < LL Picti (lit. ? painted people) > OE Peohtas
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Origin: From Middle English Pictes, Picts, from Late Latin Pictī, from Latin pictī, pl. of pictus, painted; see picture.
pict - Computer Definition
(PICTure) The primary Macintosh graphics file format. It holds QuickDraw vector images, bitmapped images and text and is the Mac counterpart to the Windows Metafile (WMF) format. When PICT files are converted to the PC, they use the .PCT file extension.
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