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Petit (crater) Petit is a small, bowl-shaped Lunar craters, lunar impact crater that is located on the northwestern edge of the Mare Spumans. The crater has a prominent ray system. The name is appropriate, since Petit means small in French. But it was actua ...
, a small, bowl-shaped lunar crater on Mare Spumans * ''Petit'' (EP), a 1995 EP by Japanese singer-songwriter Ua *
Petit (typography) In typography Typography is the art and technique of arranging type to make written language A written language is the representation of a spoken or gestural language A language is a structured system of communication used by ...
, another name for brevier-size type *
Petit four A petit four (plural: petits fours, also known as mignardises) is a small bite-sized confectionery Confectionery is the art of making confections, which are food items that are rich in sugar and carbohydrates. Exact definitions are di ...
* Petit Gâteau *
Petit Jean State Park Petit Jean State Park is a park in Conway County, Arkansas Conway County is a County (United States), county located in the U.S. state of Arkansas. Created as Arkansas's 11th county on October 20, 1825, Conway County has four incorporated mun ...
, Arkansas, United States *
Petit juror In common law, a petit jury (or trial jury) hears the evidence in a trial as presented by both the plaintiff (petitioner) and the defendant (respondent). After hearing the evidence and often jury instructions from the judge, the group retires for ...
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Petite bourgeoisie ''Petite bourgeoisie'' (, literally small bourgeoisie), also ''petty bourgeoisie'', is a French term (sometimes derogatory) referring to a social class A social class is a set of concepts in the social sciences Social science is the ...
in sociology *
petite mutation petite (ρ–) is a mutant first discovered in the yeast ''Saccharomyces cerevisiae''. Due to the defect in the respiratory chain, 'petite' yeast are unable to grow on media containing only non-fermentable carbon sources (such as glycerol or ethanol ...
, a mutation in yeast oxidative phosphorylation *
Petite size In fashion and clothing, a petite size is a U.S. standard clothing size designed to fit women of a short, smaller build of height or less.Petit's hernia Petit's hernia is a hernia that protrudes through the lumbar triangle (aka Petit's triangle). This triangle lies in the posterolateral abdominal wall and is bounded anteriorly by the free margin of external oblique muscle, posteriorly by the latissi ...


People

*A French or Catalan surname: **
Adriana Petit Adriana Petit (born 1984 in Palma, Majorca, Palma de Mallorca) is a multidisciplinary artist. Her main mediums of choice include photography, ''collage'', Industrial music, music, writing and Video art, video. Nonetheless, her work is characterized ...
(born 1984), Spanish multidisciplinary artist **
Alexis Thérèse Petit Alexis Thérèse Petit (; 2 October 1791, Vesoul Vesoul () is a commune A commune is an intentional community of people sharing living spaces, interests, values, beliefs, and often property Property (''latin: Res Privata'') in the Abstr ...

Alexis Thérèse Petit
(1791–1820), French physicist **
Amandine Petit Amandine Petit (born 30 September 1997) is a French model and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss France 2021. She had previously been crowned Miss Normandy 2020, and is the seventh woman from Normandy to win Miss France. She will now ...
(born 1997), French model and beauty pageant titleholder **
Antoine Petit Antoine Petit (23 July 1722 – 21 October 1794) was a France, French physician, master of Joseph-Ignace Guillotin and Félix Vicq d'Azyr. Biography Antoine Petit, born in Orléans, was the son of a tailor. He received a disciplined education ...

Antoine Petit
(1722–1794), French physician **
Antoni Martí Antoni Martí Petit (, born 30 July 1963) is an Andorran architect An architect is a person who plans, designs and oversees the construction of buildings. To practice architecture means to provide services in connection with the design of bu ...
Petit, prime minister of Andorra **
François Pourfour du Petit
François Pourfour du Petit
(1664–1741), French anatomist **
Henriette Petit Henriette Petit (pseudonym of Ana Enriqueta Petit Marfan; March 3, 1894 - December 9, 1983), was a Chilean painter, member of the Grupo Montparnasse, of which she was a co-founder. Biography Ana Enriqueta Petit Marfan was born in Santiago, March 3 ...
(1894-1983), Chilean painter **
Jean-Martin Petit Jean-Martin Petit (22 July 1772 in Paris – 8 June 1856 in Paris) was a French General during the Napoleonic Wars. Notes References

* French military personnel of the Napoleonic Wars People from Paris 1772 births 1856 deaths Names insc ...
(1772–1856), French General during the Napoleonic Wars **Jean-Pierre Petit, (born 1937) retired French engineer **Monique Ruck-Petit (born 1942), Swiss and French chess master **Paul Petit (aviator) (1890-1918), French flying ace **Philippe Petit (born 1949), French high-wire artist **Pierre Petit (photographer) (1832–1909), French photographer **Pierre Petit (scholar) (1617–1687), French scholar, medical writer, and poet **Pierre Petit (engineer), (1598–1677), French military engineer, mathematician, and physicist **Pierre Petit (cinematographer) (1920–1997), French cinematographer **Pierre Petit (composer) (1922–2000), French composer **Pierre Petit (politician) (born 1930), Martinique politician **Pierre Petit (driver), (born 1957), French racecar driver **Roland Petit (1924–2011), French choreographer and dancer *The surname for a prominent Parsi Petit baronets, family of India, whose members include: **Dinshaw Maneckji Petit, (1823–1901), Indian industrialist **His granddaughter Rattanbai Petit (1900–1929), wife of Jinnah, founder of Pakistan *The Petit Family, Cheshire, Connecticut, home invasion murders, 2007 Connecticut home invasion and murder victims *John F. Petit (1887–1963), American businessman and politician *John Louis Petit (1801–1868), English clergyman and architectural artist *Loretta Petit, American radio personality *Yusmeiro Petit (born 1984), Venezuelan baseballer *Stagename: **Petite (comedian), Filipino actor and comedian


Footballers

*Emmanuel Petit (born 1970), former French midfielder, who played for France, Monaco, Arsenal, Barcelona and Chelsea *Petit (Portuguese footballer) (born 1976), Portuguese midfielder *Jean Petit (Belgian footballer) (born 1914), Belgian defender *Jean Petit (footballer, born 1949) (born 1949), former French football midfielder *Paulinho Le Petit (born 1989), Brazilian footballer *Petit Sory (born 1945), former Guinean football player *René Petit (1899–1989), Franco-Spanish engineer and a footballer in his youth


See also

* Sauveur Abel Aubert Petit de la Saussaye (1792–1870), French malacologist *Pettit (disambiguation) *Pettitt (surname) {{disambiguation, surname French-language surnames