Definition of livret in English:

livret

noun

historical
  • Usually in French contexts: a small book; specifically an official document in the form of a small booklet containing information about an employee.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Henry Lovelich (fl. 1450), poet. From Anglo-Norman and Middle French, French livret small book, booklet, booklet with information about an employee or soldier, booklet with information about a musical performance or an exhibition of art.

Pronunciation

livret

/ˈliːvreɪ/