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leet

noun

Definition of leet

plural -s
obsolete
: a place where roads meet or cross : intersection

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Origin and Etymology of leet

from (assumed) Middle English, from Old English gelǣte, from lǣtan to let


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leet

noun \ ˈlēt \

Definition of leet

plural -s
2 : the jurisdictional district of a court leet

Origin and Etymology of leet

Middle English lete, from Anglo-French lete or Medieval Latin leta


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leet

noun \ " \

Definition of leet

plural -s
chiefly Scottish
: a list of candidates

Origin and Etymology of leet

Middle English (Scots) lite


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leet

noun \ ˈlēt \

Definition of leet

plural -s
dialectal, British
: stack, pile

Origin and Etymology of leet

origin unknown


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leet

\ " \

Definition of leet

  • dialectal English variant of

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