Origin of Flet
From Middle English flet (“floor of a house; house”), from Old English flet, flett (“the ground; the floor of a house; house; dwelling”), from Proto-Germanic *flatją (“a flat or level surface, level ground, floor, hallway”), from Proto-Indo-European *plad- (“flat, broad”). Cognate with Dutch vlet (“vessel”), Low German Flet (“an upper bedroom”), German Fletz, Flötz (“level ground, threshing floor, hallway, set of rooms or benches”). More at flat.
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