what is the meaning of suit? i know the "sweet" kind of sweet...?
is it something other than like hotel suits?
- AmarettaLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
It's spelled "suite," but is pronounced "sweet." The term can be used for a hotel suite (which usually includes at least one bedroom and bath and a separate living room or conference room). It's also used sometimes to refer to a grouping of furniture.
A suit (pronounced "sute" like the "oo" sound in "boo") is at least two pieces of clothing meant to be worn together, usually a jacket and either pants or a skirt.
- SweetGGirlLv 41 decade ago
the spelling is "Suite"
1. a number of things forming a series or set.
2. a connected series of rooms to be used together: a hotel suite.
3. a set of furniture, esp. a set comprising the basic furniture necessary for one room: a bedroom suite.
4. a company of followers or attendants; a train or retinue.
a. an ordered series of instrumental dances, in the same or related keys, commonly preceded by a prelude.
b. an ordered series of instrumental movements of any character.
6. Computers. a group of software programs sold as a unit and usually designed to work together.
1665–75; < F, appar. metathetic var. of OF siute (see suit ); akin to sue, suitorSource(s): www.dictionary.com
- 4 years ago
I think a lot of people will pronounce it MY-la if it spelled that way. But it is a very pretty name.