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Definition of Diddy
1. a female breast [n DIDDIES] / small [adj DIDDIER, DIDDIEST] - See also: small
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diddy
diddy (current term)
Literary usage of Diddy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bumblebee Bogo's Budget by A. Retired Judge (1887)
"... diddy he never grows higher, Daddy and Mammy they go to the play, And all alone ... diddy he talks to me then Of Knights, and of Nobles and Gentlemen, ..."
2. Extraordinary Nursery Rhymes and Tales: New Yet Old : Translated from the by Griffith and Farran (1876)
"Dance a Baby, diddy. DANCE a baby, diddy. What shall its daddy do wid he ? For you wake ev'ry night To be jumped up, in spite Of his head getting desperate ..."
3. Kin O' Ktaadn: Verse Stories of the Plain Folk who are Keeping Bright the by Holman Day (1904)
"Swing to the centre an' caper down the hall, High, diddy-di,'" sang old ... Oh, high, diddy-di, come rosum your bow, An' Sal'sb'ry Sal now shake your toe. ..."
4. Thoughts that Inspire by George H. Knox (1905)
"Swing to the center an' caper down the hall, High, diddy-di,'" sang old John ... A ladies' chain an' a balance all, High, diddy-di,'" trolled old John Paul. ..."
5. Three Plays of the Argentine: Juan Moreira, Santos Vega, The Witches' Mountain by Silverio Manco, Luis Bayón Herrera, Julio Sánchez Gardel (1920)
""With a dee and a dong, and a diddy iddy dong, With a dee, and a diddy, and a dong! That man over there in zee black moustache, Balance wiz ze couple on his ..."