1. Très petit.
ETYM The regular comparative of this word is wanting, its place being supplied by less, or, rarely, lesser. Related to Lesser.
1. Small; not large; of small stature; SYN. small.
2. Very young; SYN. small.
3. Younger and (at least formerly) smaller than another though relative size is not the issue; SYN. younger.
4. Contemptibly narrow in outlook; SYN. petty, small, small-minded.
5. (Quantifier used with mass nouns) Small in quantity or degree; not much or almost none SYN. small.
In reference to letters, not capital—for example, a, b, c. Compare uppercase.
Relating to small (not capitalized) letters that were kept in the lower half of a compositor's type case; lower case
Being on a very small scale
Sinonimi: minuscular | miniscule
1. Of or relating to a small cursive script developed from uncial; 7th to 9th centuries; SYN. minuscular.
2. Very small; SYN. miniscule.
ETYM Latin minutus, p. p. of minuere to lessen. Related to Minish, Minor, Menu, Minuet.
Characterized by painstaking care and detailed examination; SYN. narrow.
Sinonimi: runty | shrimpy
1. (Used especially of persons) Of inferior size; SYN. runty, shrimpy.
2. Inferior in strength or significance
(Archaic) Slight or limited; especially in degree or intensity or scope
1. Have fine or very small constituent particles
2. Limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; SYN. little.
Sinonimi: lower case | lower-case letter
The characters that were once kept in bottom half of a compositor's type case; SYN. lower case, lower-case letter.