And therefore some have thought its name not unsuitable unto its nature; the nomination in Greek is a Little Lion;.
I was a Little Lion in society, and the town talk of the day.
Tell me, you have a Little Lion that follows you like a dog when you are in your camp, have you not?
The little girl said, "Little Lion was my brudder; great big lioness my mudder; neber heard of any udder."
And he picked up a Little Lion in one hand and a little tiger in another.
Perro Chico, little dog, name given to a five-centimo piece because of the Little Lion upon it.
Well, the Little Lion grew big; and as often happens to children as well as lions' cubs, he grew conceited too.
Henry, whose attitude in court was that of a pontiff, “defended himself in the street like a Little Lion,” says Barrucand.
The way in which he manages to keep a Little Lion always roaring on the bargain-table astonishes us all every day.
"But I am very hungry," returned the Little Lion boy, who was growing bigger and stronger every day.