Her daughter is named Leta, which is derived from Leda, who was the mythological mother of Helen of Troy.
The first spoonful of soup was reassuring, and I looked to the end of the table to exchange a congratulatory glance with Leta.
Leta kept her word, and neither accepted nor gave invitations all that time.
Then Jerome gives, with tender detail, the counsels as to education for which Leta had asked.
Remembering all this, Leta, and how much of this cruel wrong is due to you, can you not have pity?
But tell her, Leta, that my last thought was for her, and that her memory will ever live in my heart.'
Leta and he still remained within the building, standing beside the swinging door.
But at the very moment when the words seemed trembling upon his lips, the door softly opened, and Leta entered.
The palace of Prince Leta was every night filled with rich strangers, and with the principal nobles of Naples.
Leta was looking her sweetest when she tripped into my room next morning.