Lolo

[loh-loh]
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noun, plural Lo·los, (especially collectively) Lo·lo for 1.

Also called Yi. a member of a people inhabiting the mountainous regions of southwestern China near the eastern borders of Tibet and Burma.
the Sino-Tibetan language or group of languages, related to Burmese, spoken by the Lolo.

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  • According to Baber, the Lolo petticoat is of great significance.

    A Wayfarer in China

    Elizabeth Kendall

  • He dropped his card and a couple of francs into Lolo's hand, and went his way.

    Children's Literature

    Charles Madison Curry

  • But Lolo did not know what he said, and was only sorry to see him so unhappy.

    Children's Literature

    Charles Madison Curry

  • "Little boy is lame like me," he said, in a tongue Lolo did not understand.

    Children's Literature

    Charles Madison Curry

  • Lolo felt that his mother was cruel and unjust, and crept to bed with Moufflou.

    Children's Literature

    Charles Madison Curry