from The Century Dictionary.
- To loll.
- noun One of the holes of a wind-instrument.
- noun A small pin.
- A dialectal contraction of little. Also
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- intransitive verb Obs. or Prov. To loll.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb obsolete, dialect To
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` ` Come, 'he said, gently, ` ` I wan sen' some bird ad you 'lill' gal. ''
Hey lill how are you doing? hope every thing is fine and good.
Oar dem kyute lill grey bebeh kittehs datz were teh ree plaice mints wunce. prysma-kitteh says:
Starting wib teh knuckle ob teh lill finger on yore left hand, eech knucke iz a munf wib 31 days adn eech dip iz a munf wib 30 days eggsept February.
Wif teh lill wite paws, luks luiek kitteh wif excellnt cuddlolol skillz frum erlier fred.
Nawt lykely Kafleen nawt quite farvest from last, der kitteh got no possable fumbs to hold der brush and ders no way kittek could git her lill cigar burn up to the toofbrush so ders miniscule chants it be used fer but scrubber.
Her heartis gold, her timing is sumtimes a lill tarnish.
I tink I giving my hyperbole a lill exercise when I suggested that everyone give up the internet exploiter and get firefawx and sign up fer high speed jest so we kin git back our beloved burgers wid cheez.
I hava detached two car garage for a wood shop with a potbelly stove and inna winter when nerves stretch a lill thin I kin tell, wyfe is choppin vegs, stops, looks at knife, looks at me, looks at knife, looks at me den I goes to my shop an starts a fyre and turns on de radio and makes some sawdust.
Conga lill tiny ratz on yer braided nawt sekkund: Lolcatburgler, Maus and 4.5!