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November 27th, 2010, 6:13 pm

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Reply Eternal Cry, November 12th, 2010, 6:30 pm

I was a LITTLE hyper....
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Reply Djoing, November 27th, 2010, 6:19 pm

Define: Little

Reply Mix, November 27th, 2010, 6:49 pm

little (comparative less, lesser or littler, superlative least or littlest)

Small in size.
This is a little table.
Insignificant, trivial.
It's of little importance.
Very young.
Did he tell you any embarrassing stories about when she was little?
That's the biggest little kid I've ever seen.
(of a sibling) Younger.
This is my little sister.
Used with the name of place, especially of a country, to denote a neighborhood whose residents or storekeepers are from that place.  [quotations ▼]
1871 October 18, The One-eyed Philosopher [pseudonym], "Street Corners", in Judy: or the London serio-comic journal, volume 9, page 255 [1]:
If you want to find Little France, take any turning on the north side of Leicester square, and wander in a zigzag fashion Oxford Streetwards. The Little is rather smokier and more squalid than the Great France upon the other side of the Manche.
2004, Barry Miles, Zappa: A Biography, 2005 edition, ISBN 080214215X, page 5:
In the forties, hurdy-gurdy men could still be heard in all those East Coast cities with strong Italian neighbourhoods: New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Boston. A visit to Baltimore's Little Italy at that time was like a trip to Italy itself.
[edit] Antonyms(small): large, big
(young): big
(younger): big
[edit] Translations[show ▼]small
Arabic: صغير (ṣaġīr)
Aragonese: chicote
Armenian: փոքր (p'ok'r), մանր hy(hy) (manr)
Azeri: kiçik az(az)
Basque: txiki eu(eu)
Chinese:
Mandarin: 小 cmn(cmn) (xiǎo)
Crimean Tatar: kiçik, kiçkene
Croatian: malo hr(hr)
Czech: malý cs(cs)
Danish: lille da(da)
Dutch: klein nl(nl)
Esperanto: malgranda eo(eo)
Finnish: pieni fi(fi)
French: petit fr(fr)
Georgian: პატარ ka(ka) (patara), მცირე ka(ka) (mc’ire)
German: klein de(de) wenig de(de)
Greek: μικρός el(el) (mikrós), λίγος el(el) (lígos)
Hebrew: קטן he(he) (katán)
Hindi: छोटा hi(hi) (ćhoṭā)
Hungarian: kicsi hu(hu), kis hu(hu)
Interlingua: parve ia(ia)
Irish: beag ga(ga)
Italian: piccolo it(it)
Japanese: 小さい (ちいさい, chiisai)
Korean: please add this translation if you can
Kurdish:
Sorani: بچووک ku(ku) (bichook), بچکۆله‌ ku(ku) (bichkola)
Lao: ນ້ອຍ lo(lo) (nööj)
Latin: parvus la(la)
Macedonian: мал mk(mk) (mal) m.
Mapudungun: pichi m.
Norwegian: liten no(no)
Rapanui: iti
Russian: маленький ru(ru) (málen’kij)
Sanskrit: अल्प sa(sa) (álpa)
Santali: ᱯᱤᱞᱪᱩ (pilcu)
Scots: wee
Scottish Gaelic: beag gd(gd), mean gd(gd), meanbh gd(gd), mion gd(gd)
Sicilian: nicu scn(scn) m.
Spanish: pequeño es(es)
Swedish: liten sv(sv)
Telugu: చిన్న te(te) (chinna)
Turkish: küçük tr(tr)
Urdu: چھوٹا ur(ur) (ćhoṭā)
Welsh: bach cy(cy)
West Frisian: lyts fy(fy)

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masc. fem. neuter common gender plural


Transliteration: (e.g. ázbuka for азбука)
Page name: (e.g. amo for amō)

Qualifier: (e.g. literally, formally, slang)

Script template: (e.g. Cyrl for Cyrillic, Latn for Latin)


Nesting: (e.g. Norwegian/Nynorsk)

[show ▼]very young
Dutch: klein nl(nl)
Finnish: pieni fi(fi)
German: klein de(de)
Hebrew: קטן he(he) (katán)
Irish: beag ga(ga)
Macedonian: мал mk(mk) (mal) m., малечок mk(mk) (málečok) m.
Scottish Gaelic: beag gd(gd)
Welsh: ifanc cy(cy)

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masc. fem. neuter common gender plural


Transliteration: (e.g. ázbuka for азбука)
Page name: (e.g. amo for amō)

Qualifier: (e.g. literally, formally, slang)

Script template: (e.g. Cyrl for Cyrillic, Latn for Latin)


Nesting: (e.g. Norwegian/Nynorsk)

[show ▼](of a sibling) younger

Reply Eternal Cry, November 28th, 2010, 1:05 pm

...
What he said.

Reply Blitzn'Burst, November 29th, 2010, 6:46 pm

MIXing it up FTW ;D

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