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Definition of Lola

Lola

  • Origin: the band The Kinks; 1. to act or dress like a woman though you are a man 2. a way to rag on someone such as one might use the word fairy.
    Sometimes he acts like a Lola.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Michael M. from Sheridan, WY, USA on Jul 22 2002.

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