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noun (plural diddies)

British informal
A fool: what a diddy!

Origin

late 18th century: alteration of titty.

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  • The informal word diddy meaning ‘small’ is probably a child's corruption of little.

Words that rhyme with diddy

biddy, giddy, kiddie, middy, midi

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adjective

British informal
Little: a little diddy baby hedgehog

Origin

probably a child's corruption of little.

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  • The informal word diddy meaning ‘small’ is probably a child's corruption of little.

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