superlative form of little: most little. (adjective)
Examples of word littlest
I loved carrying my babes and now my littlest is 21 months and pretty much done.
I was talking to a friend the other day, she has younger children than I have, her littlest is only 3.
The littlest is here, beneath the woman's jacket; the little bones are wearing a dress — a girl, then.
I think when your littlest is around a year you’ll know.
The littlest was a scrap of a thing, and it took off only to be grabbed by the Snake and slung roughly back to stand with the other three.
You will notice that I am the 'littlest' of the two.
And for the first time in his career, when he smelt burning wood pulp and looked down at the line of messenger boys with a ready-made frown and caught the eyes of Mickey, the "littlest," smiling impudently at him,
Tim played on his privileges as "littlest," and his mother's barely concealed partiality, and was as irritating to his elders as a small person can be, who is always present when he is not wanted, absent when he is, in peace adopts the airs of a conqueror, and in warfare promptly cries, and collapses into a curly-headed baby boy, whom the authorities declare it is "cr-uel" to bully!
"littlest" of his "little loves" -- in vain he asserted that she was his patron saint, and that it was his soul's delight to pray to her; she accepted the compliment with her eyes fixed upon the manger.