a member of a people, the chief inhabitants of Latvia, living on or near the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea; .
another name for a Latvian
1831, from German Lette, from Old High German liuti “people” (German Leute). The native name is Latvji (see Latvia). Related: Lettic; Lettish.
[let-id] /ˈlɛt ɪd/ verb 1. a simple past tense and past participle of 2 . [let] /lɛt/ verb (used with object), let, letting. 1. to allow or permit: to let him escape. 2. to allow to pass, go, or come: to let us through. 3. to grant the occupancy or use of (land, buildings, rooms, […]
[let-er] /ˈlɛt ər/ noun 1. a written or printed communication addressed to a person or organization and usually transmitted by mail. 2. a symbol or character that is conventionally used in writing and printing to represent a speech sound and that is part of an alphabet. 3. a piece of printing type bearing such a […]
messaging 1. An e-mail message containing live data intended to do nefarious things to the recipient’s computer or terminal. It is possible, for example, to send letterbombs that will lock up some specific kinds of terminals when they are viewed, so thoroughly that the user must turn the terminal off to unwedge it. Under Unix, […]
noun 1. an envelope containing an explosive device designed to detonate when the envelope is opened by the recipient. noun 1. a thin explosive device inside an envelope, detonated when the envelope is opened