Classical Roman translation of the English name, Elizabeth. Often used as an answer to authority figures when they ask who you were arrested with, put in in-school-suspension with, stayed out with all night, or barely avoided disaster with. This answer always implies that while one is sorry she got caught, she does not actually regret the unforgettable, hilarious, exciting, and fun-filled bad behavior that got her into trouble.
An enraged mother demands to know, "Who did you stalk your geography teacher with?" The stalker tries to sound apologetic but inevitably giggles, "Lizius" before pretending to cry.
di BostonNatalya 18 giugno 2011