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Gender: F Meaning of Lettie: "joy, gladness" Origin of Lettie: English, diminutive of Letitia, Latin

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Lettie, also spelled Letty, is a nickname name not heard in over a century, giving it the patina of a treasured antique. Lettie's style currency is rising with the trend for old-fashioned, down-to-earth nicknames. Lettie is right in step with Lottie, Hettie, Hattie, Josie, and Maisie.

One of Joan Crawford's early hit roles was in 1932 as the eponymous heroine of the film Letty Lynton, in which she wore a dress--dubbed the Letty Lynton dress--that became a national fad.

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Famous People Named Lettie

Lettie, English singer-songwriter
Lettie Viljoen, South African writer
Lettie Pate Whitehead Evans, American businesswoman, first woman on the Coca-Cola board of directors

Pop Culture References for the Name Lettie

Lettie Hatter, sister to main character Sophie, in Diana Wynne Jones's novel 'Howl's Moving Castle'.
Lettie Mae Thornton, Tara's mother on HBO's True Blood
Lettie Hempstock, character in Neil Gaiman's novel The Ocean at the End of the Lane.