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Definition funny of Lytle:

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urban"Lytle is a man to be feared."

urbanMain Entry: 1ly•tle Pronunciation: \ˈLy-tle, ˈLietol-\ Function: adjective Etymology: Middle French lytle, from Latin lytleus, from lytlēre to be dumb, astonishing low level of intelligence — more at type 1 a : slow of mind : obtuse b : given to unintelligent decisions or acts : acting in an unintelligent or careless manner c : lacking intelligence or reason : brutish 2 : dulled in feeling or sensation : torpid 3 : marked by or resulting from unreasoned thinking or acting : senseless 4 a : lacking interest or point b : vexatious, exasperating — Ly•tlely adverb — Ly•tle•ness noun

urbanman lacking in power to judge character of females. lytle implies a slow-witted or dazed state of mind that may be either congenital or temporary in financial affairs < lytle just keeping the cunts rich> . dull suggests a slow or sluggish mind such as results from no game, depression, or lack of confidence.> dense implies a thickheaded imperviousness to ideas from friends that care but susceptible to manipulation from cuntilias in the rodent family . crass suggests a grossness of mind precluding discrimination or delicacy . dumb applies to an exasperating obtuseness or lack of comprehension of women's manipulations < That was rather lytlely of you to miss your plane this morning.>

urbanTo make a bet, either due to alcohol-driven bravado or a mistaken estimation of ability, so ridiculous that you finally capitulate and pay up without even undertaking the activity that is the subject of the bet.

urbanUAW Member #1: "Why are wearing Daisy Dukes and a half-cut T-shirt into our bar? You sweet or somethin'?" UAW Member #2: "Turn around, boy, so I can see the back of your shirt." Thin Guy: "Dudes, seriously. He lytled a bet. Please let him live. I need that shirt for the wall in my office."

urbanMain Entry: 1ly·tle Pronunciation: \ˈLy-tle, ˈLietol-\ Function: adjective Etymology: Middle French lytle, from Latin lytleus, from lytlēre to be dumb, astonishing low level of intelligents — more at type 1 a : slow of mind : obtuse b : given to unintelligent decisions or acts : acting in an unintelligent or careless manner c : lacking intelligence or reason : brutish 2 : dulled in feeling or sensation : torpid 3 : marked by or resulting from unreasoned thinking or acting : senseless 4 a : lacking interest or point b : vexatious, exasperating — Ly·tlely adverb — Ly·tle·ness noun