Definitions for dandler

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

dan•dleˈdæn dl(v.t.)-dled, -dling.

  1. to move (as a child) lightly up and down, on one's knee or in one's arms.

  2. to pet; pamper.

Origin of dandle:

1520–30; dand- (obscurely akin to the base of F dandiner to dandle, se dandiner to waddle, and related Romance words) + -le

dan′dler(n.)

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  1. dandler(Noun)

    someone who dandles

Webster Dictionary

  1. Dandler(noun)

    one who dandles or fondles

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