a diminutive suffix; for example:
Origin: from -el, from -ellus + -et, from -ittus, both diminutive suffixes. Replaced -el, from -el, -il.
a noun suffix having a diminutive force; as in streamlet, wavelet, armlet
The numerical value of -let in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of -let in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Let me be kind, let me be compassionate, let me be joyful, and let me sing a song of love.
Let's act patiently and not emotionally, let's let their chips fall as they may, then if we have our own chips, we'll let those fall.
This whole beautiful enterprise that we have been working on for five years is at stake. It was do or die. When Jimmy (Nail) knew that, he said. 'Let's go. Let's do it. Let's save this show'.
No, I mean the explanation would be there is cultural problem there. It's like, 'Ohhh, he's one of ours. Let's send him home. Let's bury this, let's whitewash this. Let's pretend this never happened.' Why else would it be?
Donald Trump's view is that the end is near, his pessimistic view is let's close the borders, let's create tariffs, let's do this, let's do that--all based on negativity, and the net result is all of us will suffer if that philosophy gains favor.
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