[fij-it] /ˈfɪdʒ ɪt/
verb (used without object)
to move about restlessly, nervously, or impatiently.
verb (used with object)
to cause to fidget; make uneasy.
Often, fidgets. the condition or an instance of being nervously restless, uneasy, or impatient.
Also, fidgeter. a person who fidgets.
(intransitive) to move about restlessly
(intransitive) often foll by with. to make restless or uneasy movements (with something); fiddle: he fidgeted with his pen
(transitive) to cause to fidget
(transitive) to cause to worry; make uneasy
(often pl) a state of restlessness or unease, esp as expressed in continual motion: he’s got the fidgets
a person who fidgets
1670s, as the fidget “uneasiness,” later the fidgets, from a 16c. verb fidge “move restlessly,” perhaps from Middle English fiken “to fidget, hasten,” from Old Norse fikjask “to desire eagerly” (cf. German ficken “to move about briskly;” see fuck).
1670s (implied in fidgetting); see fidget (n.). Related: Fidgeted.
[fij-i-tee] /ˈfɪdʒ ɪ ti/ adjective 1. restless; impatient; uneasy. 2. nervously and excessively fussy. adj. 1730s, from fidget (n.) + -y (2).
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Based on “maps”, generalised arrays whose index sets (“domains”) are arbitrary D-dimensional sets. Domains are first-class objects and may be constructed by union, intersection, etc. [“Fidil: A Language for Scientific Programming”, P.N. Hilfinger et al, TR UCRL-98057, LLNL Jan 1988].
[fahy-doh] /ˈfaɪ doʊ/ noun, Aeronautics. 1. a system for evaporating the fog above airfield runways by the heat from burners. FInite DOmains. A constraint language implemented on top of Prolog. (ftp://ftp.uni-kl.de/pub1/Unix/languages/fido/).