a river flowing N from N Wyoming to S Montana into the Bighorn River: General Custer and troops defeated near its juncture by Indians 1876. 80 miles (130 km) long.
a river in the W central US, rising in N Wyoming and flowing north to the Bighorn River. Its banks were the scene of the defeat (1876) and killing of General Custer and his command by Indians
[lit-l-bit-ee] /ˈlɪt lˈbɪt i/ adjective, Informal. 1. extremely small; tiny.
noun 1. a widely distributed ant, Monomorium minimum, sometimes a household pest.
- Little black book
noun phrase The private notebook in which one is supposed to keep telephone numbers and details of potential and actual sex partners; secret record (1940s+)
noun 1. a small heron, Egretta caerulea, of the warmer parts of the Western Hemisphere, having bluish-gray plumage.