bittie


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bittie

(ˈbɪtɪ)
n
informal Scot a little bit
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bittie - (used informally) very smallbittie - (used informally) very small; "a wee tot"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
little, small - limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a little dining room"; "a little house"; "a small car"; "a little (or small) group"
References in classic literature ?
Bide here quiet, there's a good lad; just you bide here quiet a bittie, and ye'll find that we agree."
A bittie like Moira fan she first drank that neeps and turpentine hame brew.
* Bittie is a 3-year-old Kelpie mix that enjoys going for a walk and playing with other dogs.
Recent publications include a special issue of Critical Criminology tided "Crimes of the Powerful: The Canadian Context" (coeditor, with Steven Bittle and Dean Curran, 2018), About Canada: Corporate Crime (Fernwood, 2015), and Revisiting Crimes of the Powerful: Marxism, Crime and Deviance (coeditor, with Steven Bittie, Steve Tombs, and David Whyte; Roudedge, 2018).
<B Bittie Williams, Fiona Curteis, Jan Joynson and Christine Castledine
Tenders are invited for Taper Shank Drill 17.00 Mm Make- I.T, Addison, Hittco, Bittie
CHARLIE: By the powers, Mr Gollachy, we've done a bittie o' business, an', an' fa kens we'll maybe dae a bittie mair afore even' yet.
Indeed, numerous instances may be identified in Fenton (1995), also in adverbial phrases, such as a filie back (= some time ago: Fenton, 1995: 84) or a bittie (= a little: Fenton, 1995: 74).
Instead of 'money off' the signs advertised items 'a gweed bittie chaiper' so customers could 'pooch the change'.
Ye can coont me luckier than some haein es wikkly screid an es wis brocht hame till's on ma bittie a fower wikk syne on the Doric Film Festival.
you'll say I'm a feel gowk, but I'm trying to make my placie a wee bittie as super as hers.