Definition of Lett in English:

Lett

noun

  • old-fashioned term for Latvian
    • ‘Now I have seen Ireland, it seems to me that the poorest among the Letts, the Estonians and the Finlanders lead a life of comparative luxury.’
    • ‘After all, we didn't do it - the Germans did, with some help from assorted Poles, Letts and Ukranians.’
    • ‘Kilgas, a Lett with a reputation for joking, wonders when they will get another snowstorm.’

Origin

From German Lette, from Latvian Latvi.

Pronunciation:

Lett

/lɛt/