Lett

Lett

[let]
noun
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 ).
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Lett (lɛt)
 
n
another name for a Latvian

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Lett
1831, from Ger. Lette, from O.H.G. liuti "people" (Ger. Leute). The native name is Latvji.
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