læt-

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See also: laet, lät, and læt

Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Proto-Germanic *lata-(slow), from Proto-Indo-European *lad-(slow, weary)

Prefix[edit]

læt-

  1. slow; deliberate
    læthȳdiġ "dull, slow minded"
    lætbyrd "slow birth"
    lætcumen "slow in coming, late"
    lætrǣde "deliberate"