Definitions

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  • noun A young girl who is sexually alluring.

Etymologies

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

Examples

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

    February 17, 2008

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    June 29, 2008

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    June 29, 2008

  • Every time I read WeirdNet definitions, I realize how much I still have to learn.

    About madeupical definitions.

    June 30, 2008

  • A lovely, lyrical, lilting name...

    September 11, 2008

  • A lovely, lyrical, lilting name...

    September 11, 2008