Common misspellings for little:
littlt, litlle, liture, sluttly, allitle, literly, latley, alittle, listtle, littol, lettue, littleing, hittler, shttle, doolittle, littlary, litely, lilttle, littlle, litterley, lettile, liabitly, liitel, lkittle, alittile, lentle, littel, litte, volotile, littile, litraley, ottle, loittle, lastley, littling, lattely, alittel, liilte, ltttle, littly, cottle, little'en, litten, litel, kittel, ligtly, liittle, littil, dolittle, litterlery, littelry, littre, ltitle, litlerly, lifetyle, lilttie, letalone, glittler, liestyle, littli, liwle, litulary, lattly, allittle, politeley, titele, latel, latetly, tiltle, litauen, firtle, litll, liltel, titlle, liettle, lutrell, liddle, literley, littlemore, lightbolb, ulitily, lettet, littlies, belitle, littlw, vilatile, lightbulp, lightbulb, orttel, attle, lightely, ltiitle, slitley, littrly, littl, titile, kettale, lettec, littul, lingle, litfle, lottle, hiltler, lttile, rlittle, lateely, litke, volitaile, valtile, littlie, littie, ttitle, litle, lette, litil, lityyle, liuttle, letal, dottle, litterly, lettle, iittle, violitile, lilltl, litt6le, liite, lital, liitles, litlte, tittile, fittle, lastle, lilte, slittle, voliatle, girtle, litlel, litles, ilittle, literel, luttle, lettel, littlke, bittely, mulitle, litltle, littelally, liitle, tltle, lt'll, latlty, liltle, litllel, ltiely, liitlle, lttle, littleover, littrle, lilttel, vitle, quitile, lithle, sittle, vialotile, lillte, liature, fairlytale, letely, tittel, flottila, lwttle, ittle, littal, litlt, littlte, ilttle, littkle, litted, hitle, littlerly, litirly, lateley, likele, littarly, liitl, bittle, litttle, litlee, clattle, latlely, litllte, lattley, blottle, ditale, littla, alitle, alttle, litrtle, littter, littlel, slitely, lattle, leatly, klittle, littele, violitale, ittlle, ltittle, lirttle, mulitile, litually, lightyly, latily, alitlle, yourlittle, llittle, lilltle, beittle, volitile, littrely, littlelate, littlee, ltlle, lghtly, likeley, hitel, littke, lortrel, ltille, voliatile, aittle, wlhile, litlery, litugy, 3little, lightblub, lttiel, ligle, cttle, litthe, lettcue, viotile, littyle, mittle, littole, lingule, aliitle, llitle, litterlay, plitely, kittle, volitle, literlet, littlr, luittle, bilittle, lighjtly, lightl, lintle, lttel, likle, littled, lttlle, liltte, tiitle, lightlly, litarly, elittle, volitale, leatel, liturly, liffle, liilt, clietele, lightley, liottle, littelbit, multiule, lettler, litty, wittle, xylitol, ltaly, latelyy, liefstyle, litghly, lithtly, literl, luteal, litalarry, jlittle, laittle, lietty, litill, llttle, tlittle, ltcol, lyttle, lyudimila, shittle, slightle, volitole, lwhile, pittle, oittle, ljttle, lkttle, l9ttle, l8ttle, liftle, ligtle, liytle, li6tle, li5tle, litrle, litgle, lityle, lit6le, lit5le, littpe, littoe, littls, littld, littl4, littl3, plittle, lpittle, olittle, ljittle, lijttle, likttle, l9ittle, li9ttle, l8ittle, li8ttle, lifttle, litftle, ligttle, litgtle, liyttle, litytle, li6ttle, lit6tle, li5ttle, lit5tle, littfle, littgle, litt5le, littple, littlpe, littloe, littlwe, littlew, littlse, littles, littlde, littlre, littler, littl4e, little4, littl3e, little3, hittle, nittle, lmttle, lhttle, li4tle, lidtle, liptle, livtle, liutle, lit4le, litdle, litple, litvle, litule, littde, littne, littme, littlu, littlm, littlg, layettle, leyettle, l ittle, li ttle, lit tle, litt le, littl e.
Definition of little:
- Small in size or extent; not big; diminutive; -- opposed to big or large; as, a little body; a little animal; a little piece of ground; a little hill; a little distance; a little child.
- a small amount or duration; " he accepted the little they gave him"
- That which is little; a small quantity, amount, space, or the like.
- A small degree or scale; miniature.
- That which is small in size, quantity.
- That which is small in quantity or extent: a small space.
- A small quantity or extent.
- A small quantity, space, time, etc.
- A small quantity or amount; anything small or slight; not much.
- A small portion or quantity; small space; not much.
- not much; " he talked little about his family"
- In a small quantity or degree; not much; slightly; somewhat; - often with a preceding it.
- In a small degree; not ch.
- In a small quantity or degree: not much.
- In a small degree; slightly.
- In a small quantity or degree; not much; slightly.
- In a small degree or quantity; in some degree but not great; not much; comp.
- small in a way that arouses feelings ( of tenderness or its opposite depending on the context); " a nice little job"; " bless your little heart"; " my dear little mother"; " a sweet little deal"; " I'm tired of your petty little schemes"; " filthy little tricks"; " what a nasty little situation"
- limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; " a little dining room"; " a little house"; " a small car"; " a little ( or small) group"; " a small voice"
- lowercase; " little a"; " small a"; " e. e. cummings's poetry is written all in minuscule letters"
- ( quantifier used with mass nouns) small in quantity or degree; not much or almost none or ( with ` a') at least some; " little rain fell in May"; " gave it little thought"; " little hope remained"; " little time is left"; " we still have little money"; " a little hope remained"; " a little time is left"
- Short in duration; brief; as, a little sleep.
- Small in quantity or amount; not much; as, a little food; a little air or water.
- Small in dignity, power, or importance; not great; insignificant; contemptible.
- Small in force or efficiency; not strong; weak; slight; inconsiderable; as, little attention or exertion; little effort; little care or diligence.
- Small in extent of views or sympathies; narrow; shallow; contracted; mean; illiberal; ungenerous.
- Small in size or extent; not big; diminutive; - opposed to big or large; as, a little body; a little animal; a little piece of ground; a little hill; a little distance; a little child.
- Small in size, quantity, dignity, or importance; brief in time; insignificant; ing; mean.
- ( comp. LESS; superl. LEAST) Small in quantity or extent: weak, poor: brief.
- Small in size or quantity; contemptible.
- To a small degree.
- Below the ordinary size or amout; small; short; brief; petty.
- Small in size, quantity, or extent; brief; of small dignity, power, or importance; of small force or effect; inconsiderable; mean; base.
- Small in bulk, extent, or size; low in degree; trifling.