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As you may have already guessed from much of the article, “lil” has the same meaning as “little”. “little” means small in quantity. When we say “lil” instead of “little”, we’re saying it in a way that’s shorter, quicker, and less formal. For when our command of English is less important than just getting our point across.Is Lil a real word?
“li’l” is still not a “real” word, but it’s closer to being grammatically correct than the other two. However, most of the time “lil” is used by rappers, and I doubt many of them are too bothered about impressing English scholars. The word “lil” will naturally sound like “little”.What is the origin of the abbreviation 'Lil'?
Although today, when we hear the word “lil”, we might think of rappers such as Lil Jon or Lil Wayne, the abbreviation for “little” can be found as far back as the 1800s. But there’s more to it than that! Not only is it super old, but originally, it came from a children’s nursery rhyme. The rhyme would go “lil boy bear, lil gal bear”.How do you say 'Lil' without sounding like 'little'?
Try saying “lil”, but have it rhyme with “mill” and sound nothing like “little”. Although today, when we hear the word “lil”, we might think of rappers such as Lil Jon or Lil Wayne, the abbreviation for “little” can be found as far back as the 1800s. But there’s more to it than that!