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or kid·dy  (kĭd′ē)
n. pl. kid·dies Slang
A small child.


or kid•dy

(ˈkɪd i)

n., pl. -dies. Informal.
a child; youngster.


kiddy [ˈkɪdi] ntout-petit m


[ˈkɪdɪ] n (fam) → bambino/a
References in classic literature ?
There are no kiddies and half-grown youths among them.
And then, just as sudden, came the silence again--all except for some small kiddie that had got dropped in the stampede and that kept crying in the bush for its mother.
There was two little kiddies in the Carter family whom I had loved and who had thought there was no one on Earth like Uncle Jack; I could see them just as plainly, as I stood there under the moonlit skies of Barsoom, and I longed for them as I had never longed for any mortals before.
That's nonsense, kiddie," retorted the Patchwork Girl cheerfully.
There was his chief engineer-- old, near-sighted MacPherson--who told the story of returning home to be locked out of his house by his four-year kiddie that never had laid eyes on him before.
Actress Cath Tyldesley, who plays Eva Price, was in town to open the new Kiddies Kingdom store at Savile Mills in Mill Street East.
1) surgical equipment razors, knives or preparation kiddies (360 Unit)
The watchdog criticised Town and Country Kiddies Nursery in Lincolnshire for not having enough pictures of black and Asian people on the walls.
COUNCILLOR Jamieson considers that there is a 'little kiddies atmosphere' in the top forms of Solihull's grammar schools.
The National Chess Federation of the Philippines (NCFP)-rated tournament is expected to gather around a hundred wood pushers vying for the top spots in the open and kiddies division.
com)-- Kiddies Kingdom, a one-stop-shop of nursery furniture, pushchairs and car seats, are now offering car seats from renowned brand Kiddy.
18-year-olds are still considered kiddies even if they are not full-time students, as long as their earned income is less than half of their support.