Lett may refer to:

*Lett, archaic word for Latvian
**Lettish, another name for the Latvian language

Lett as a surname may refer to the following:

*Barbara Lett-Simmons (born 1927), American politician
*Benjamin Lett (1813–1858), Irish-Canadian filibusterer
*Dan Lett, Canadian actor
*David Lett (born 1939), founder and winemaker for The Eyrie Vineyards in Oregon
*Evelyn Lett (1896-1999), Canadian women's rights pioneer
*Leon Lett (born 1968), former American Football defensive tackle
*Michael Lett (born 1987), Rugby League player who plays for the Sydney Roosters in the National Rugby League (NRL) competition
*Sherwood Lett (1895–1964), Canadian soldier, lawyer, diplomat, and jurist
*Lett's Brewery (officially Mill Park Brewery), a beer manufacturer based in Enniscorthy, County Wexford, Ireland

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  • Lett's Brewery — (officially Mill Park Brewery) was a beer manufacturer based in Enniscorthy, County Wexford, Ireland. It opened in 1864. Owned by G.H. Lett Co., Ltd., the brewery halted beer production in 1956. It was the last small independent brewery in… …   Wikipedia

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