noddle

(redirected from noddled)
Also found in: Thesaurus.

nod·dle

 (nŏd′l)
n.
The head.

[Middle English noddel, back of the head, perhaps from Latin nōdulus, lump, knob; see nodule.]

noddle

(ˈnɒdəl)
n
informal chiefly Brit the head or brains: use your noddle!.
[C15: origin obscure]

noddle

(ˈnɒdəl)
vb
informal chiefly Brit to nod (the head), as through drowsiness
[C18: from nod]

nod•dle

(ˈnɒd l)

n. Informal.
the head or brain.
[1375–1425; late Middle English nodel the back of the head; of obscure orig.]

noddle


Past participle: noddled
Gerund: noddling

Imperative
noddle
noddle
Present
I noddle
you noddle
he/she/it noddles
we noddle
you noddle
they noddle
Preterite
I noddled
you noddled
he/she/it noddled
we noddled
you noddled
they noddled
Present Continuous
I am noddling
you are noddling
he/she/it is noddling
we are noddling
you are noddling
they are noddling
Present Perfect
I have noddled
you have noddled
he/she/it has noddled
we have noddled
you have noddled
they have noddled
Past Continuous
I was noddling
you were noddling
he/she/it was noddling
we were noddling
you were noddling
they were noddling
Past Perfect
I had noddled
you had noddled
he/she/it had noddled
we had noddled
you had noddled
they had noddled
Future
I will noddle
you will noddle
he/she/it will noddle
we will noddle
you will noddle
they will noddle
Future Perfect
I will have noddled
you will have noddled
he/she/it will have noddled
we will have noddled
you will have noddled
they will have noddled
Future Continuous
I will be noddling
you will be noddling
he/she/it will be noddling
we will be noddling
you will be noddling
they will be noddling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been noddling
you have been noddling
he/she/it has been noddling
we have been noddling
you have been noddling
they have been noddling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been noddling
you will have been noddling
he/she/it will have been noddling
we will have been noddling
you will have been noddling
they will have been noddling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been noddling
you had been noddling
he/she/it had been noddling
we had been noddling
you had been noddling
they had been noddling
Conditional
I would noddle
you would noddle
he/she/it would noddle
we would noddle
you would noddle
they would noddle
Past Conditional
I would have noddled
you would have noddled
he/she/it would have noddled
we would have noddled
you would have noddled
they would have noddled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.noddle - an informal British expression for head or mind; "use your noddle"
mind, psyche, nous, brain, head - that which is responsible for one's thoughts and feelings; the seat of the faculty of reason; "his mind wandered"; "I couldn't get his words out of my head"
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom

noddle

noun
The uppermost part of the body:
Translations

noddle

[ˈnɒdl] Nmollera f, coco m

noddle

n (Brit inf: = head) → Dez m (inf), → Schädel m (inf)

noddle

[ˈnɒdl] n (old) (fam) → zucca (testa)
use your noddle! → usa il cervello!