*Lola is a Spanish name, short for Dolores, in honor of Our Lady of Sorrows; its diminutive is Lolita.
*Lola is a synonym for a grandmother with Filipino background.
*Lola is a Spanish variant of Charlotte

*Lola may also refer to:


*Lola (given name), a female given name popular in several languages
**Lola is short for Omolola in Yoruba and means "Child of Wealth"
**Lola is a Tajik-Farsi female given name
**Lola may also be short for given names such has Yolanda and Lourdes


*Lola, mate of Pale Male (2002-present).

Companies and products

*Lola Racing Cars


*Lola (hardware description language), a computer language

Films and theatre

*The "Lolas", the popular name for the German Film Awards.
*"Lola (play)"
*"Lola (1914 film)", a 1914 film.
*"Lola (1961 film)", a 1961 film directed by Jacques Demy.
*"Lola (1969 film)", a 1969 film starring Charles Bronson.
*"Lola (1981 film)", a 1981 film directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder.
*"Lola (1982 film)", a 1982 film.
*"Lola (1986 film)", a 1986 film directed by Bigas Luna.
*"Lola (1997 film)", a 1997 film directed by Steven Cowie.
*"Lola (2006 film)", a 2006 film directed by Javier Rebollo.
*"Lola (2007 film)", a 2007 film.
*"Run Lola Run", a 1998 German film directed by Tom Tykwer.
*"Lola (TV series pilot)", a 1990 tv-series Pilot, also known as "Escape from 212"
*"Lola (Chilean TV series)", an Chilean TV series, a sitcom of Lalola


*Lola (language), a language spoken by the people of the Aru Islands.


*Lola Beltrán, a Mexican singer nicknamed "Lola, la grande" ("Lola, the great")
*Lola Rodríguez de Tió, a Puerto Rican poet.
*Lola (singer), a female singer/songwriter.
*Lola (footballer), a Clube Atlético Mineiro player from 1968.
*Lola of Maipon is a prophet who founded a church with several thousand members. Lola means "Grandmother" in Bikol, Maipon is a barangay of Guinobatan, Albay, Bicol Region, Philippines.
*Lola Flores, a Spanish singer, dancer and actress.
*Lola (porn star), American pornographic actress.
*Lola Sharapova-Abdurahimova, One of the first Tajik female violin players.

Fictional characters

*Lola Martinez a character in hit Nick show, Zoey 101.
*Lola Lola, a cabaret dancer played by Marlene Dietrich in Josef von Sternberg's film "Der blaue Engel".
*Lola Boa, a snake in Brandy and Mr. Whiskers.
*Lola Bunny, a cartoon character who featured in Space Jam.
*The character Lola on Plaza Sésamo.
*The showgirl portrayed in the Barry Manilow song "Copacabana".
*Lola Luftnagle, the alias of a character in the TV show "Hannah Montana".
*Lola, a photographer in "Grim Fandango"
*Lola Sonner, from the books and cartoons "Charlie and Lola"
*Lola, a character in Atonement (novel) and the 2007 film based on this novel.
*Lola, a character in Shark Tale.
*Lola Mbola, a character of Robotboy series
*Lola Cep, the main character in the book and movie Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
*Lola Montero, a character in "The Age of Reason (Sartre)"


*Lola, Angola, a town
*Lola, Guinea, a city
*Lola Island, an island in the Solomon Islands


*"Lola (song)", a popular song by The Kinks
*"Lola Leave Your Light On" from Deja Voodoo by Gov't Mule
*"Lola" from "Wow" by Superbus
*"Whatever Lola Wants", popular song written by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross for the musical play "Damn Yankees"
*"Lola", A French song sung by the Israeli singer Dana International
*"Lola", A Filipino song Composed Recorded and Performed by Willy San Juan under HHP Records 1994


*MasterCard Lola, a team that competed in the 1997 Formula One World Championship.

ee also

* Lolita (disambiguation)

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