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Leta

[ lee-tuh ]

noun

  1. a female given name, form of Latona.


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Her daughter is named Leta, which is derived from Leda, who was the mythological mother of Helen of Troy.

Then Jerome gives, with tender detail, the counsels as to education for which Leta had asked.

Sheldon had actually the insolence to tell his sister Leta that I was the best waltzer in society.

The first spoonful of soup was reassuring, and I looked to the end of the table to exchange a congratulatory glance with Leta.

Every time it sounded I saw Leta's fan flutter more furiously and her manner grow more nervously animated.

I kept faith with Leta, and reluctantly produced my beautiful rubies on the night of her dinner party.

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