- a diminutive suffix; for example:
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Alongside -ie/-y and -ette, -let is one of the three most productive diminutive affixes in modern English. It is used almost exclusively with concrete nouns and (unusually for a diminutive) never with names. When used with objects, it generally denotes diminution only in size; when used with animals, it generally denotes young animals; when used with adult persons, it is generally depreciative, connoting pettiness and conveying contempt.
- Schneider, Klaus P. Diminutives in English, p. 96 et seq. 2003.
-l + -et, created during the Hungarian language reform which took place in the 18th–19th centuries. The neologists popularized it based on verbs ending in -l and further derived with -at/-et. 
- (noun suffix) Added to different parts of speech to form a noun.
- rész (“part”) → részlet (“detail”)
- keres (“to search”) → kereslet (“demand (in economics)”)
- egy (“one”) → egylet (“society, association, club”)
- (noun suffix) Harmonic variants:
- -lat is added to a back vowel word
- -let is added to a front vowel word
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- Appendix:Hungarian suffixes
↑ Gábor Zaicz, Etimológiai szótár: Magyar szavak és toldalékok eredete, Tinta Könyvkiadó, 2006, ISBN 963 7094 01 6