If we took the presented texts on this website as an evidence they seem to agree to what Harun is suggesting in his comment:
For example in the second image you may find at the end of the second line:
the beginning of verse (20:15)
where the word:
has been split and only the letter alif is left in the second line, while the third line begins ...
No (not every word like this is feminine) and No (the word Allah is neither feminine nor masculine).
The letter "ت" or "ة" is an indication for female names, but not exclusively
Not all words that end with the letter "ت" or "ة" refer to a feminine word in Arabic, not even if this word is a "noun" for example:
If we call a person genius we say Nabighah to ...
In your given video from 1:15 to 1:43 and 2:04 to 2:20, the Qari Abdul Basit repeats part of the ayah of Surah Yusuf in different recitations:
The recitation of Nafi', Abu Jafar and Shaybah:
وقرأ أبو جعفر وشيبة ونافع" وَقَالَتْ هِيتَ لَكَ" بكسر الهاء وفتح التاء
— Tafsir al-Qurtubi
وقرأ أهل المدينة والشام: «هِيتَ» بكسر الهاء وفتح التاء
First of all the given answers of the linked question don't seem satisfactory to me even if they provide enough information to already answer your question which seems to me based on a superficial reading.
The qur'an (and only the qur'an) is the revelation of Allah the almighty. Usually if Muhammad () got a new revelation he would call his scribes and ...