Truett (name)

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Truett is a both a surname and a given name originating from Old Norse tyri, meaning "dry resinous wood", and Old English wiht "river bend". [1]

Notable people with the name include:

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References

  1. "Truett Name Meaning". Ancestry.com . Retrieved 4 May 2022.