widdle

 to fret. N.

A glossary of provincial and local words used in England. . 1790.

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  • widdle — informal ► VERB ▪ urinate. ► NOUN ▪ an act of urinating. ORIGIN from PIDDLE(Cf. ↑piddle) …   English terms dictionary

  • widdle — I. ˈwidəl intransitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: short for earlier widdle waddle, reduplication of waddle 1. chiefly dialect : wriggle 2. chiefly dialect : waddle II …   Useful english dictionary

  • widdle — 1. verb a) To urinate b) To play guitar fast. This is generally in reference to electric guitar. 2. adjective Little; used in imitation of childish speech. The British counterpart is ickle. Syn …   Wiktionary

  • Widdle — 1. urination; 2. urinate; 3. (baby talk) little …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • widdle — Australian Slang 1. urination; 2. urinate; 3. (baby talk) little …   English dialects glossary

  • widdle — 1) n British an act of urination. This middle and upper class nursery term is a blend of wee and piddle. 2) vb British to urinate. A combination of wee and pid dle. This nursery term was given promi nence when employed by Prince Philip to… …   Contemporary slang

  • widdle — Verb. To urinate. Possibly a combination of the words wee and piddle . Cf. riddle and piddle . Noun. 1. Urine. Less coarse and offensive than piss. 2. An act of urination …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • widdle — wid·dle …   English syllables

  • widdle — /ˈwɪdl/ (say widl) Colloquial –noun 1. urine. 2. an act of urination. –verb (i) (widdled, widdling) 3. to urinate. {? blend of wee2 and piddle2} …   Australian English dictionary

  • widdle Brit. — widdle Brit. informal verb urinate. noun an act of urinating. ↘urine. Origin 1950s: alt. of piddle …   English new terms dictionary


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