Not to be confused with the lilla pige!
Små vs lille?
lille er ental (singular), små er flertal (plural)
en lille pige, to små piger
Alright, I understand that much. But aren't they two different words that both mean small/little? When should you use one rather than the other? Does it even matter?
You use them exactly as viktorbluhme said, "lille" is the singular form of the adjective, and "små" is the plural form (N.B. This is true when it's definite as well. For example: "Den lille bil" (the little car) but "De små biler" (the little cars))
Oh! Okay. I wasn't expecting two forms of the same word to be so different. Thanks very much (Both of you!).