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15 ENTRIES FOUND:

-let

noun suffix

: small one

Full Definition of -LET

1
:  small one <booklet>
2
:  article worn on <wristlet>

Origin of -LET

Middle English, from Middle French -elet, from -el, diminutive suffix (from Latin -ellus) + -et

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