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  • n. A young girl who is sexually alluring.


From the given name Lolita of the title character, a lolita, of Lolita, a novel by Vladimir Nabokov. (Wiktionary)


  • He has had a taste of the Latin lolita and he is NEVER, EVER going home! duke

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  • I mean, you never see anyone else dressing in lolita do you?

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  • I Think GOthic lolita is a wonderful Fashion trend that came out of a society that is struggleing between their traditional culture and new ideas.

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  • Umm … yeah, Nicole, just thought I would point out that the Lolita style itself isn’t goth and even gothic lolita is basically the same thing except they’re wearing black.

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  • The true lolita is a way of being, from what I’m still learning about it, and there are more kinds of versions than i thought.

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  • Iv never been to Japan, but have wanted to since I was about 6, lol, when I started liking anime.:) well, I plan on it for my honey moon … … Brandon promised …:) but yeah …. gothic lolita is adorable. and I love dressing that way.

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  • I bet a lot of the "lolita" and "family nude" sites are used to advertise their wares because they can legally show nude kids.

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  • The page is apparently included on the theory that a massive list of sites with "lolita" and "youngyoung" in the their domain names is basically an invitation to Australians who might not otherwise know where to go to get an underage fix.

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  • In addition, it doesn't have to be all “respectable”, so pieces like “Cream Lemon”, which is categorized as lolita porn, should be available for viewing to anyone who goes through an official registration process.

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  • Handmade Battenburg lace Black lolita parasol umbrella

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  • The title and a nickname for the title character in Nabokov's 1958 novel. A diminutive of the spanish name Lola, meaning 'sorrows'.

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