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Examples from the Web for lett
Lett walked in and the Idaho man had his gun up in a second.
There was a grapple and a fall, but when they got up Lett had the Idaho "gun" in his hand.
No one knew just how it happened, but Lett sprang at the desperado.
Spanish paper was to lett him know what Rout he was to Steer.
I cannot tell by your letter whether the mills, lett at 20l.
- another name for a Latvian
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Word Origin and History for lett
1831, from German Lette, from Old High German liuti "people" (German Leute). The native name is Latvji (see Latvia). Related: Lettic; Lettish.
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