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Aleeta Lem was the sixth host of the Lem Trill symbiont. She was born in 2328 and died in 2374, and she was 21 when they were joined. The host and symbiont were joined for 25 years. (Starship Independence)
Aleeta was a companion. She was one of the youngest to achieve the rank of tayu, granted by unanimous consent of the Companion's Guild members. Like most companions, she was practiced in the arts of conversation, music and poetry, dance and fine arts, in addition to possessing an erudite wit and a keen sense of diplomacy as well as being highly skilled in physical intimacy and pleasuring ("Summon the Heroes").
- Counselor Moasi al Mari once thought that Captain Breawyn Lem shared many of these qualities, although, prudently, she didn't say it out loud. Aleeta's profession is, of course, a small tip of the hat to Joss Whedon's Firefly.
In addition to being a fully-trained companion, Aleeta had first-class degrees in linguistics and sociology, and was largely the reason for Lem's amazing ability and fluency with languages. She also achieved, as conducted by the Trill Symbiosis Commission, the highest intelligence test score of any of the Lem hosts, including Breawyn.
- The languages which (Breawyn) Lem has spoken include English, French, German, Russian, Mandarin Chinese, Latin, Klingon, Romulan and Cardassian. So far.
She loved parties as a self-admitted "glamour girl" ("Ultraviolet"), although it is not known whether this merely a facade she adopted as part of her profession. Because of this, she was thought to be a nymphomane ("Shakedown Cruise"). Later in life, Aleeta did marry and subsequently retired from the profession, and little is known except that it was a same-sex union and it ended badly. She was the last married host before Breawyn. ("All's Well That Ends Well")