- n. archaic = LATVIAN n.
Etymology: G Lette f. Lettish Latvi
* * *\\ˈlet, usu -ed.+V\ noun (-s)Usage: usually capitalizedEtymology: German Lette, from Latvian Latvi1.a. : a people closely related to the Lithuanians and mainly inhabiting Latviab. : a member of such people2. : latvian 2
* * */let/, n.1. a member of a people, the chief inhabitants of Latvia, living on or near the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea; Latvian.2. Latvian (def. 3).
* * *Lett /let/noun1. A member of a people inhabiting Lettˈland (now Latvia)2. A native or citizen of LatviaORIGIN: Ger Lette, from Lettish latvis (now latvietis)• • •Lettˈic adjectiveOf the group (also called Baltic) of languages to which Lettish belongs, including Lithuanian and Old PrussianLettˈish adjective nounThe language of Letts
* * *Lett «leht», noun.1. a member of a group of people living in Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, and Germany, related to the Lithuanians.2. their language; Lettish.
* * *lett
Useful english dictionary. 2012.