[lit-l-tuh n] /ˈlɪt l tən/
Sir Thomas, c1407–1481, English jurist and author.
a town in NE Colorado.
- Little Turtle
noun 1. (Michikinikwa) 1752?–1812, leader of the Miami tribe.
- Little woman
noun 1. (Brit, old-fashioned) the little woman, a facetious term for wife
noun 1. a novel (1868) by Louisa May Alcott. (1868–1869) A novel by Louisa May Alcott, about four sisters growing up in New England in the nineteenth century. The sequel, Little Men, was published in 1871.
/ˈlɪtəlwʊd/ noun 1. (Maud) Joan. 1914–2002, British theatre director, who founded the Theatre Workshop Company (1945) with the aim of bringing theatre to the working classes: noted esp for her production of Oh, What a Lovely War! (1963)