[ let-ee ]
/ ˈlɛt i /
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a female given name, form of Laetitia.
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How to use Lettie in a sentence
That is all but Aunt Lettie, and she was used to jumping, so she came down like a lot of dishes falling off the table.
Now, it's a good thing for that dog that the sharp ends of Aunt Lettie's horns had been sawed off.
Why the little kittie; Lulu's little kittie, you know, that Aunt Lettie thought had come from the pussy-willows.
Then he had had enough, and he ran off, howling instead of laughing, and that's the way it was that Aunt Lettie saved Lulu.
Two days later Lettie arrived in Rochester and I borrowed my father's car to go pick her up.The Biography of a Rabbit|Roy Benson