PRONOUNCED: \ˈsmȯl\ - similar to the standard pronunciation except the word is said long and exaggerated.
OFTEN TYPED AS: Smaaaalllll to show pronunciation exaggeration.
1. Used to describe a Person, a Baby or a Pet as someone who is soooo overwhelmingly cute, sweet, angelic and adorable that you just want to give them a big hug and kiss their face (forehead)... just like you are their grandma.
2. When someone is "Small" you feel just like the Classic Looney Toons Character, Hugo The Abominable Snowman.
Hugo says "What a cute little pink bunny rabbit. I will name him George and I will hug him and pet him and squeeze him and pat him and pet him and rub him and caress him. I will hug him, and stroke him, and cuddle him, and sing to him, and call him George. I will love him and squeeze him and call him George."
3. Also used as a lovers "Pet" name, like honey, darling, sweetie, and pumpkin.
Used since the "early 1990's to today" in Chicago, Illinois by college students, Chicago's Club Kids, BMX bikers and skateboarders to describe cute things. It follows a popular speech pattern made famous by the NBC TV Show Friends character "Chandler Bing" (see - Friends Chandler) and by the "Valley Girl Movie".
AS AN ADJECTIVE:
Awww... That little bunny rabbit is small. I will love him... and squeeze him... and call him George.
"Oh how cute! That baby is smaaaaalllll! I want her. Can I have her? Puuuhhhlleeeaasssssseee???"
"My girlfriend is so small... look how adorable she is. She is soooo sweet. I love her."
AS A NOUN:
"Hi Small. How are you today? I love you Sweetie."
adorable, angelic, captivating, charming, cherubic, congenial, cute, dainty, darling, dear, delicate, enchanting, endearing, engaging, enjoyable, ethereal, fair, fascinating, fetching, ineffable, innocent, little, lovable, nice, pleasant, precious, pretty, refreshing, righteous, saintly, seraphic, sweet, tiny, virtuous
annoying, disgusting, irritating, lame, ugly, vile, vulgar
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