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A sexually precocious girl.

[After Lolita, , the heroine of Lolita, a novel by Vladimir Nabokov.]


a sexually precocious young girl
[C20: after the character in Nabokov's novel Lolita (1955)]


(nɪmˈfɛt, ˈnɪm fɪt)

a sexually precocious girl.
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Noun1.Lolita - a sexually precocious young girl
jeune fille, lass, lassie, young girl - a girl or young woman who is unmarried
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Lolita said: "From the moment she could walk she was runing.
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The story of the killing of the person called Lolita is a lie and false.
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Ja o escandalo de Lolita se encaixa com dificuldade nesse esquema combativo.
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Lolita Palma walks around the people that are chatting or looking at the screens of the stores.
Now Diego is caught in the consequences of his foppish disguise: A woman such as Lolita would not be interested in a weakling.
Lolita is a name of Spanish origin and is the diminutive of Dolores; Dolores Haze being the eponymous character in the famous novel Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov, first published in 1955.
People assume that as a designer I live in New York or California," said Lolita, who moved to Uxbridge more than six years ago.