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8.
In between a little and a lot
"You look tired. Did you get any sleep last night?"
"A lottle."
by psychotic17 January 05, 2009
 
1.
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.
by Julia Flamashlama December 16, 2008
 
2.
(Adjective)
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."
by CC-Milk June 05, 2009
 
3.
adjective

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."
"A little?"
"Nah... a lottle"
by Auguste Dupin March 20, 2010
 
4.
A lot but not too much
There is a lottle snow outside.
by Aiimee Brookes & Sofi Asquith February 06, 2009
 
5.
Adj; the act of liking something a lot but cutely down playing it to a little.
John loves Rachel a lottle.

Doug misses his girlfriend a lottle.
by Funkmaster28 March 23, 2014
 
6.
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
by Conquerer of Maxtown August 14, 2008
 
7.
Pronounciation: \lät\el\
Function: Noun
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.
by Melissa Lovka March 03, 2008