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Definition of: little

(litl) adjective less or Colloq. lit·tler, least or Colloq. lit·tlest
1. Of a size, amount, quantity, etc., below the ordinary; diminutive; small.
2. Below the usual amount; restricted.
3. Below the normal distance or time; short; brief.
4. Below the standard in respect to dignity or consequence; insignificant; petty; hence, mean; narrow: a little quarrel, a little nature.
5. Lacking in ability, efficiency, or force; weak.
6. Smaller than other like things.
7. Being in the early years of life: when I was little.
noun A small quantity, space, time, degree, etc.
adverb less, least

1. In a small degree; slightly.
2. Not at all: used before a verb: She little knows how much I care. [OE lӯtel <lӯt small]
—lit′tle·ness
noun
Synonyms (adj.) : brief, contemptible, diminutive, feeble, inconsiderable, insignificant, mean, microscopic, minute, narrow, paltry, petty, short, slender, slight, small, tiny, trifling, trivial, unimportant. See INSIGNIFICANT, MINUTE2, SMALL.

Definition of: Little

(litl), Malcolm
See MALCOLM X.

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"little" has the frequency of use of 0.0257% on en.wikipedia.org.

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