[it-ee-bit-ee] /ˈɪt iˈbɪt i/

adjective, Informal.
very small; tiny.
(informal) very small; tiny

See itty

“charmingly small,” 1890, from itty and/or bitsy. Bitsy-itsy is recorded from 1875.


Tiny; esp, small and cute; little bitty, teensy-weensy: I can’t find even an ittybitty scrap of paper to show who these Wunderkinds are

[late 1930s+; fr baby talk]


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