A Police informant. Most commonly used as an intransitive verb, but also as a noun. Originates from the infamous DEA informant Raymond Wendell Little. Often used as substitute for snitch or Benedict Arnold.
1. "How did you get arrested?'

"Somebody Raymond Little-ed on me"

2. "You can't do that with old Raymond Little around, the police will be here in no time!"
by The Wise 0ld 0wl February 18, 2013

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