Definition of letty in English:

letty

noun

showmen's slang
  • A bed; a lodging. Compare to scarper the letty.

adjective

Somerset, English Regional
  • That lets or hinders. Chiefly of weather: making outdoor work difficult; rainy.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From Italian letto bed + -y<br>mid 17th century; earliest use found in Henry Best (c1592–1645), landowner and farmer. From let + -y.

Pronunciation

letty

/ˈlɛti/