The Collaborative International Dictionary
Lete \Lete\ (l[e^]t), v. t. To let; to leave. [Obs.]
Lete (, modern Liti) was an ancient city in Mygdonia, Macedon and Roman Catholic titular see in Macedonia (Roman province). As Liti, it is a town in the northern suburbs of Thessaloniki, Central Macedonia, Greece. It was the seat of the former municipality of Mygdonia.
Lete may refer to:
- Lete (Mygdonia) an ancient city in Mygdonia, Macedon
- Lete, Nepal, a village in Nepal
- Lete, a brand of mineral water popular in Italy
- A leat, a type of watercourse
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Usage examples of "lete".
It is to this accidental banishment to Devon that we owe the cluster of exquisite pieces descriptive of obsolete rural manners and customs--the Christmas masks, the Twelfth-night mummeries, the morris-dances, and the May-day festivals.
Well could he letten blood, and clip, and shave, And make a charter of land, and a quittance.
For many a pasty hast thou letten blood, And many a Jack of Dover hast thou sold, That had been twice hot and twice cold.
Toen we eenmaal wisten waarop we moesten letten, zagen we veel subtiele verschillen.
Wanneer zij een Zeehond boven water zien komen, letten zij nauwkeurig op zijne houding en bewegingen, om hieruit af te leiden, hoe zij hem moeten aanvallen.
Write to him as soon as I am gone--for, Lois, I am going, and I bless the Lord that has letten me join my husband again so soon.
It had been Khan who had discovered that the heroin being sold in Letten by the Makdisis had not been his own.