"Lil" is a kind of prefix and is the short form of "little". It is often spelled with an apostrophe as "Lil'" or "Li'l".
When used as a prefix in comic or animation it refers to a specific style of drawing where the characters appear in a chubby, childlike style. These are normally characterisations of adults (real or fictional) and are particularly common in Manga or satire (such as Lil Bush).
"Lil" is also now used as an abbreviation of the statement ("laugh in loud"), used in chat rooms and social networks. This was invented by group Application Developers working at ExplainerDC.
Other articles related to "lil":
... Lil Green, American blues singer and songwriter Lil Hardin, American jazz-musician Lil Rounds, Contestant on Season 8 of American Idol Lil DeVille, Character on American ...
... Lil Soldiers was a short-lived rap group signed to No Limit Records whose members were siblings Ikeim and Freequon ... Limit recording artists, Steady Mobb'n's 1998 Black Mafia album on the track entitled "Lil' Niggas" ... the Billboard 200 and #22 on the Top R B/Hip-Hop Albums, shortly after the album was released, Lil' Soldiers were dropped from the label and have not been heard from since ...
... It features Twista and Lil Jon and was produced by Jim Jonsin and Lil Jon ... A remix of the song that is completely produced by Lil Jon is featured on the bonus CD of Lil Jon The Eastside Boyz's album Crunk Juice ... the same name by Travis Barker, which also featured Twista Lil Jon ...
... John (musician), Jamaican dancehall artist Lil Jon, American rapper Lil' John of Big Chuck and Lil' John, entertainer in Ohio, U.S ...
... Untouchable (with LoLa Monroe) 2010 Hit After Hit (with Lil' Quick) 2010 Crime Muzik (with Tha Joker) 2010 Hit After Hit 2 (with Lil' Quick) 2011 Louisians Finest (with ...
Famous quotes containing the word lil:
“On her headstone youll find this refrain:
She died as she lived, sniffing cocaine.”
—Unknown. Cocaine Lil (l. 2728)
“Did you ever hear about Cocaine Lil?
She lived in Cocaine town on Cocaine hill,
She had a cocaine dog and a cocaine cat,
They fought all night with a cocaine rat,”
—Unknown. Cocaine Lil (l. 14)