What does the word ¨pitty¨mean?

Question:I have been lookin at dictionaries and I don't find it (weird)




Answers:
You have it spelled wrong, remove one of the T's.
That is why you can't find the meaning.

. Pity : Sorrow for another's suffering or misfortune;
Compassion
A cause of sorrow or regret
You can have pity for, show pity to feel pity for


there is also self pity where a person feel's sorrow for themself.

Look in Webster's Dictionary
to feel bad for
I think it means to feel sorry for.






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Pitty is not a word. Maybe you are thinking "Pithy" which means
brief, forceful, and meaningful in expression; full of vigor, substance, or meaning; terse; forcible
It only has one "t". To feel sympathy for another.
Do you mean "pity"? It means to feel sorry for someone, as in sympathy.
did you mean pity? wth is pitty... pity is a sad feeling that makes the person feel sad over the person , object on their current situation.
pit·y (pĭt'ē) pronunciation
n., pl. -ies.

1. Sympathy and sorrow aroused by the misfortune or suffering of another.
2. A matter of regret: It's a pity she can't attend the reception.


v., -ied, -y·ing, -ies.

v.tr.

To feel pity for.
v.intr.

To feel pity.
idiom:

have (or take) pity on

1. To show compassion for.

[Middle English pite, from Old French, from Latin pietās, piety, compassion, from pius, dutiful.]
pityingly pit'y·ing·ly adv.

SYNONYMS pity, compassion, commiseration, sympathy, condolence, empathy. These nouns signify kindly concern aroused by the misfortune, affliction, or suffering of another. Pity often implies a feeling of sorrow that inclines one to help or to show mercy: felt pity for the outcast. Compassion denotes deep awareness of the suffering of another and the wish to relieve it: “Compassion is not weakness, and concern for the unfortunate is not socialism” (Hubert H. Humphrey). Commiseration signifies the expression of pity or sorrow: expressed their commiseration over the failure of the experiment. Sympathy denotes the act of or capacity for sharing in the sorrows or troubles of another: “They had little sympathy to spare for their unfortunate enemies” (William Hickling Prescott). Condolence is a formal, conventional expression of pity, usually to relatives upon a death: extending condolences to the bereaved family. Empathy is an identification with and understanding of another's situation, feelings, and motives: Having changed schools several times as a child, I feel empathy for the transfer students.
Could you mean "pity?"

pit·y (pt) KEY

NOUN:
pl. pit·ies
Sympathy and sorrow aroused by the misfortune or suffering of another.
A matter of regret: It's a pity she can't attend the reception.
feel sorrow
pitty noun:to hold an act of simpathy for or towards someone.
~To have empathy for,
to have sympathy for,
to feel sorry for...
to show/feel compassion & or grace towards...
to feel sorry for,,,
Pitty is the nickname of the Brazilian singer Priscilla Novais Leone.
Pity means feeling sorrow for someone's distress or regretting something.
Pithy means forceful and brief.
I've never heard of "pitty" and I too can't find reference to it.
pitty means to have a lot of pits, like a mouthful of cherries can be pitty.
pity means to have forgiveness and sorrow for another. like when someone bigger than you is about to hit you and you ask them to have pity on you and not break you in half.
Pity means a feeling of sorrow and sympathy caused by the sufferiing of others.

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