noun, plural lyt·tas, lyt·tae [lit-ee]. /ˈlɪt i/.
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Species of Lytta abound, but no use is made of them, the Shoans having no real medicine prepared from the animal kingdom.The Highlands of Ethiopia|William Cornwallis Harris
Unwormed, un-wurmd′, adj. not wormed, not having had the worm or lytta under the tongue cut out—of a dog.
We come now to the tribe of blistering beetles, of which the best known is the Cantharides (Cantharis or Lytta).The Insect World|Louis Figuier
When the lytta, alias blister beetle, arrives, prepare to give a warm welcome to him and all of his kind.The Mayflower, January, 1905|Various