Definitions for biddyˈbɪd i

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

bid•dyˈbɪd i(n.)(pl.)-dies.

  1. Ref: hen.

  2. a newly hatched or day-old chick.

    Category: Agriculture

Origin of biddy:

1595–1605; cf. Brit. dial. biddy as a call to chickens

bid•dyˈbɪd i(n.)(pl.)-dies.

  1. a fussbudget.

  2. a female domestic servant.

Origin of biddy:

1700–10; generic use of the proper name Biddy, dim. of Bridget

Princeton's WordNet

  1. hen, biddy(noun)

    adult female chicken

  2. chick, biddy(noun)

    young bird especially of domestic fowl


  1. biddy(Noun)

    a woman, especially an old woman; especially one regarded as fussy or mean or a gossipy busybody.

  2. biddy(Noun)

    (limited use) an attractive little girl

  3. biddy(Noun)

    - An Irish maidservant.

  4. biddy(Noun)

    Any Irishwoman

  5. biddy(Noun)

    A name used in calling a hen or chicken, often as "biddybiddybiddy".

  6. Biddy(ProperNoun)

    A diminutive of the female given name Bridget.

    Biddy Gargery (1860/1861) - A character from Great Expectations by Charles Dickens.

  7. Biddy(ProperNoun)

    Surname, Scottish origin

  8. Origin: : Derived from "Biddy", diminutive form of Bridget.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Biddy(noun)

    a name used in calling a hen or chicken

  2. Biddy(noun)

    an Irish serving woman or girl


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