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- n. A kind of fishweir resembling a wattle or fence.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A kind of basketwork weir in a river, for catching fish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A weir or fence of stakes or twigs, set in a stream for catching fish.
- n. A fish-basket.
- A dialectal variant of cuddle.
- A dialectal variant of kittle.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
[Footnote: If a student of philology were allowed to touch on such high matters as legislation, I would moralize on the word kiddle, meaning an illegal kind of weir used for fish-poaching, whence perhaps the surname
Me, I'll continue to be angry at the Disney books, the media tie-ins, the M&M counting book (note: I have no power to order or not order these books, though I did giggle a lot when I weeded the kiddle Left Behinds that weren't getting checked out.)
August 31, 2009 at 5:04 am ai wuz born in 75 an mai dadcat wuz born in 45 so we awlayz kneow how owlds teh under iz bein ai iz spring chikie buttz! mai hubbehcats wuz borns in 61 hims big kiddle liek ai amz doe.
August 26th, 2005 at 3:34 pm nick kiddle writes: But used?
I haf to light de fire, put on de kiddle, scrap some vit my vife, and get myself breakfast.
"Those thunder-bugs did kiddle me so that I couldn't keep still no hows."
Maggot senior was enjoying a pipe and a glass of grog in a celebrated kiddle-e-wink, with his friend Joe Tonkin.
This kiddle-e-wink, or low public-house, was known as Un (or Aunt) Jilly's brandy-shop at Bosarne.
Posting kiddle pix while Rome burns saying i had the same response. the blank look in the eye, the gears turning just behind them to find the topic drilled into the mind in the all night cram. it's a shame to see that, i actually felt sorry for her. she's actually sort of intelligent but there on that clip is a great San Diego mayor Jerry Sanders 'statement on same-sex marriage
DADEVILLE, ALA. The elephant with a head cold is a staple of kiddle lit, featured in at least three children's books ( "'Stand Back,' Said the Elephant, 'I'm Going to Sneeze!'