Origin of Lolita
Examples from the Web for lolita
Why is there such a fascination with sexual interaction with young girls – known as rorikon (Lolita complex) in Japan?
Hard to believe, but after all this time as Lolita, Monica Lewinski takes one (albeit not giant) leap toward Nabokov.
Barrymore celebrates by proclaiming herself “Lolita” dancing provocatively on his desk, and then flashing him.In Honor of David Letterman’s Pending Retirement, Watch His Wildest Interviews (VIDEO)|Kevin Fallon|April 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Her sister – and neighbour – Lolita Miraflorez, also lost her husband, as did dozens of other women.Typhoon Haiyan: The Philippine Village that Lost Its Men|The Telegraph|November 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
What I learned from Lolita is that it helps to make morally repugnant characters funny.
So let loose the rein, and leave Lolita to take her own way.The Lone Ranche|Captain Mayne Reid
Lolita drew away from her cousin, and her lover happened to turn his head slightly, so that he caught sight of her drawing away.
Lolita afraid of his coming to grief in a country he had travelled hundreds, thousands of miles in!
“Then you have a good chance now,” said Lolita, quickly, busy over her cooking.
"We understand each other, you and me and Lolita," returned Flick.The Black Pearl|Mrs. Wilson Woodrow
British Dictionary definitions for lolita
Word Origin for Lolita
Word Origin and History for lolita
fem. proper name, diminutive of Lola. Title and name of character in the 1958 novel by Vladimir Nabokov (1899-1977) about a precocious schoolgirl seduced by an older man; by 1960 the name was in widespread figurative use.