1An older sister or older female cousin (often as a proper name or form of address): ‘Just have a look at this luggage, didi.’
More example sentences
- One day, Smriti said ‘Daddy naughty Anita didi said so.’
- Kalpana was didi to a whole generation here in India, a role model - both actually and symbolically as one for whom the stars were literally the limit - for youngsters struggling to make a place for themselves in the world.
- Why were all the servants in the village pointing at Shalu didi when her tummy became big?
from Hindi dīdī.