Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The four of trumps at the game of gleek.
  • n. The European wren. Also tidley-wren.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Thanks to the lurgy and having to stop to get Prodigal Mage pages sorted I'm running a tiddy bit behind, but I'll catch up.

    Well, that was fun!

  • I do have a cleaning day but b/c we pick up and keep things tiddy I don't need to do this every week and it doesn't take long at all.

    Bringing Serenity to the Home

  • Retailers hope, the tiddy nibbles will lead to consumers opening their slammed shut wallets.

    Alex Geana: Fashion Night Out: One Heck of a Block Party

  • They are evicted with bulldozers and if the family happens to be in the building at the time, well, tough tiddy.

    Nicholas von Hoffman: Settlers or Squatters

  • Miscellanea: tiddy: In the game of gleek, the four of trumps (alternate definition)

    April 2004

  • And I most DEFINATELY would not consider going to a tiddy bar without her.

    dykeinside Diary Entry

  • Personally, I feel that a woman in a relationship has no business at a tiddy bar.

    dykeinside Diary Entry

  • I called her ... and she's at the bar ... and she tells me that the guys all want to go to the tiddy bar next door and do I want to go now?

    dykeinside Diary Entry

  • Now I held king and queen, being three — a natural towser, making fifteen — and tiddy, nineteen.

    The Fortunes of Nigel

  • Was it ever heard there was a game at gleek at the ordinary before, without counting tiddy? — marry quep upon his lordship! —

    The Fortunes of Nigel

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