[kit-l] /ˈkɪt l/ British Dialect
verb (used with object), kittled, kittling.
to tickle with the fingers; agitate or stir, as with a spoon.
to excite or rouse (a person), especially by flattery or strong words.
adjective, kittler, kittlest.
requiring skill or caution; precarious.
capricious and unpredictable
to be troublesome or puzzling to (someone)
noun 1. the U.S. national astronomical observatory near Tucson, Arizona, having over fifteen telescopes, including a 158-inch (4-meter) reflecting telescope.
[ki-trij] /ˈkɪ trɪdʒ/ noun 1. George Lyman, 1860–1941, U.S. literary scholar, philologist, and educator.
[kit-ee] /ˈkɪt i/ noun, plural kitties. 1. a . 2. a pet name for a cat. [kit-ee] /ˈkɪt i/ noun, plural kitties. 1. a pool or reserve of money, often collected from a number of persons or sources and designated for a particular purpose specified by the contributors. 2. Cards. [kit-ee] /ˈkɪt i/ noun 1. […]
[kit-ee-kawr-nerd] /ˈkɪt iˌkɔr nərd/ adjective, adverb, Chiefly Northern and Western U.S. 1. . [kat-i-kawr-nerd, kat-ee-, kat-er-] /ˈkæt ɪˌkɔr nərd, ˈkæt i-, ˈkæt ər-/ adjective 1. . adverb 2. . /ˈkætəˌkɔːnəd/ adjective, adverb 1. (US & Canadian, informal) diagonally placed; diagonal Also catty-cornered, kitty-cornered adjective 1. a variant of cater-cornered