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kit·tle

 (kĭt′l) Scots
adj.
Touchy; unpredictable.
tr.v. kit·tled, kit·tling, kit·tles
1. To tickle; arouse.
2. To puzzle; perplex.

[From Middle English kitillen, to tickle, probably from Old English *citelian or from Old Norse kitla.]

kittle

(ˈkɪtəl)
adj
capricious and unpredictable
vb
1. to be troublesome or puzzling to (someone)
2. to tickle
[C16: probably from Old Norse kitla to tickle]

kit•tle

(ˈkɪt l)

v. -tled, -tling. Chiefly Scot.
to tickle.
[1475–85; earlier kytylle, ketil]

kittle


Past participle: kittled
Gerund: kittling

Imperative
kittle
kittle
Present
I kittle
you kittle
he/she/it kittles
we kittle
you kittle
they kittle
Preterite
I kittled
you kittled
he/she/it kittled
we kittled
you kittled
they kittled
Present Continuous
I am kittling
you are kittling
he/she/it is kittling
we are kittling
you are kittling
they are kittling
Present Perfect
I have kittled
you have kittled
he/she/it has kittled
we have kittled
you have kittled
they have kittled
Past Continuous
I was kittling
you were kittling
he/she/it was kittling
we were kittling
you were kittling
they were kittling
Past Perfect
I had kittled
you had kittled
he/she/it had kittled
we had kittled
you had kittled
they had kittled
Future
I will kittle
you will kittle
he/she/it will kittle
we will kittle
you will kittle
they will kittle
Future Perfect
I will have kittled
you will have kittled
he/she/it will have kittled
we will have kittled
you will have kittled
they will have kittled
Future Continuous
I will be kittling
you will be kittling
he/she/it will be kittling
we will be kittling
you will be kittling
they will be kittling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been kittling
you have been kittling
he/she/it has been kittling
we have been kittling
you have been kittling
they have been kittling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been kittling
you will have been kittling
he/she/it will have been kittling
we will have been kittling
you will have been kittling
they will have been kittling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been kittling
you had been kittling
he/she/it had been kittling
we had been kittling
you had been kittling
they had been kittling
Conditional
I would kittle
you would kittle
he/she/it would kittle
we would kittle
you would kittle
they would kittle
Past Conditional
I would have kittled
you would have kittled
he/she/it would have kittled
we would have kittled
you would have kittled
they would have kittled
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References in classic literature ?
It was late at night, when, worn out and exhausted with his various exertions, however gratified with the result, Fitzurse, returning to the Castle of Ashby, met with De Bracy, who had exchanged his banqueting garments for a short green kittle, with hose of the same cloth and colour, a leathern cap or head-piece, a short sword, a horn slung over his shoulder, a long bow in his hand, and a bundle of arrows stuck in his belt.
But it's a kittle thing to decide what folk'll bear, and what they will not.
I can't,' replied the girl; 'Missis Raddle raked out the kitchen fire afore she went to bed, and locked up the kittle.
Good Luck, she is never a lady, But the cursedest quean alive, Tricksy, wincing, and jady - Kittle to lead or drive.
From the mistress downward, they're a' kittle cattle at the inn since I've left 'em.
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