a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “gladness.”
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Primary documents from ENLACE’s origin to its closing in 1995 are the documents available that former ENLACE President Letitia “Leti” Gómez released.DC History Center unveils new exhibit for National Hispanic Heritage Month, National Coming Out Day | Margaret A. Scala | October 12, 2022 | Washington Blade
As a matter of fact, that's just what Gibbs was thinking, and he looked sharply at Letitia, marveling at her cleverness.
Letitia Prall sat on a straight-backed chair, erect and still; but looking like a leashed tiger, ready to spring.
Letitia Prall adored her nephew, and, too, she saw there was no use of trying to avoid the meeting with Mrs Everett.
Mrs Everett had chosen for her rle an amused superiority, knowing it would irritate Letitia Prall more than any other manner.
There are no women sufficiently interested in his death to be suspected of it except Letitia and Eliza Gurney.