Definition of lettiga in English:

lettiga

noun

historical
  • In Sicily: a kind of sedan chair, carried by mules, in which two people sit facing one another.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Washington Irving (1783–1859), author. From Italian lettiga from classical Latin lectīca litter from lectus bed, couch + -īca, suffix forming nouns.

Pronunciation

lettiga

/lɛˈtiːɡə/