Definition of Lolita in English:

Lolita

Syllabification: Lo·li·ta
Pronunciation: /lōˈlētə
 
/

noun

A sexually precocious young girl.
More example sentences
  • If her girls have been compared to prepubescent Lolitas, her seniors seem just as coy, if comically spry.
  • In a little table in the corner, some very doll-like Lolitas were sitting and chatting on their cell phones.
  • It is true that teenage mags can be vile little publications hellbent on creating a generation of Lolitas, dressed up in sparkly halter-neck frocks and the latest eyeshadow.

Origin

from the name of a character in the novel Lolita (1958) by Vladimir Nabokov.

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