A lot but not too much
There is a lottle snow outside.
to be used when you want to fool someone into thinking you only like something a little but you really like it a lot
I only like him a lottle bit.
-How much do you like Harry Potter?
-Oh, just a lottle.
Seems like a little, but actually a lot.
"Hey, you wanna study History together?"
"But we're in different classes."
"Doesn't matter, theres a lottle stuff in common."
1. a lot of a little.
Used to modify the degree or quantity being indicated by the word little.
"That chick is a little weird."
"Nah... a lottle"
Used in place of little, except means almost the opposite, with little meaning small and lottle meaning big
Emma: The life of Pi is religious right?
Max: A lottle bit yes
Etymology: Jonnyspeak, from Old English 'hlot', Modern English 'lot'
Date: Late 2007/Early 2008
1. More than a considerable quantity or extent <a lottle love>
e.g. I love you a lottle.
In between a little and a lot
"You look tired. Did you get any sleep last night?"