- abbreviation Doctor of Letters.Originfrom L. Litterarum Doctor.
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LittD — or Litt.D. abbrev. 〚L Lit(t)erarum Doctor〛 Doctor of Letters; Doctor of Literature * * * LittD abbr. Latin. Litterarum Doctor (Doctor of Letters; Doctor of Literature). * * * … Universalium
LittD — or Litt.D. abbrev. [L Lit(t)erarum Doctor] Doctor of Letters; Doctor of Literature … English World dictionary
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