Definitions for dittyˈdɪt i
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word ditty
a short simple song (or the words of a poem intended to be sung)
A short verse or tune.
The Acme mattress ditty has been stuck in my head all day.
Origin: From ditie or dité, from ditier, from dictāre (participle dictatus).
a saying or utterance; especially, one that is short and frequently repeated; a theme
a song; a lay; a little poem intended to be sung
to sing; to warble a little tune
Origin: [OE. dite, OF. diti, fr. L. dictatum, p. p. neut. of dictare to say often, dictate, compose. See Dictate, v. t.]
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