ロリコン

JapaneseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Clipping of ロリータ・コンプレックス (Lolita complex), from the Vladimir Nabokov novel Lolita and English complex.[1] Compare ショタコン (Shōtarō complex, attraction to young boys), マザコン (mother complex, Oedipus complex).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

ロリコン (rorikon

  1. (informal) lolicon
    1. sexual attraction to young girls
      • 1991, Shōji Kitagawa, Satsujin Hyōron [Critique of Manslaughter], page 108:
        ロリコン(せい)(もん)(だい)であるからには、そこに(なに)がしかの(とう)(そう)(せい)()られなければならない。
        Rorikon ga sei no mondai dearu kara ni wa, soko ni nanigashi ka no tōsō sei ga mirarenakerebanaranai.
        Because lolicon is a sexual problem, we must look for some conflict of that nature.
    2. one who is sexually attracted to young girls
      • 2000 August 10, Andō, Yūma; Asaki, Masashi, “BREAK(ブレイク).39(さんじゅうきゅう) (つう)(こん)(くに)(みつ) [Break 39: When Kunimitsu Has Remorse...]”, in サイコメトラーEIJI(エイジ) [Psychometrer Eiji], volume 24 (fiction), Tokyo: Kodansha, →ISBN:
        でも——()(わい)いですね このジンガイのガキ
        Demo—— kawaii desu ne kono jingai no gaki
        However— this foreign kid’s pretty cute, don’t ya think
        チッ ロリコン
        Chi' rorikon ga
        Yeesh, you pedo

Coordinate termsEdit

DescendantsEdit

  • English: lolicon
  • French: lolicon
  • Hebrew: לוליקון(lulikón)
  • Russian: лоликон (lolikon)
  • Mandarin: 蘿莉控萝莉控 (luólìkòng)

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 2006, 大辞林 (Daijirin), Third Edition (in Japanese), Tōkyō: Sanseidō, →ISBN