[pid-ling] /ˈpɪd lɪŋ/
amounting to very little; trifling; negligible:
a piddling sum of money.
[pid-l] /ˈpɪd l/
verb (used without object), piddled, piddling.
to spend time in a wasteful, trifling, or ineffective way; dawdle (often followed by around):
He wasted the day piddling around.
Informal. (especially of children and pets) to urinate.
verb (used with object), piddled, piddling.
to waste (time, money, etc.); fail to utilize (usually followed by away).
(informal) petty; trifling; trivial
(intransitive) (informal) to urinate
when tr, often foll by away. to spend (one’s time) aimlessly; fritter
“insignificant, trifling,” 1550s, past participle adjective from piddle (v.).
1540s, “to peddle, to work in a trifling way,” of uncertain origin, apparently a frequentative form. Meaning “to pick at one’s food” is from 1610s; that of “urinate” is from 1796. Related: Piddled; piddler; piddling.
Meager; trivial; paltry: It was an effort, though a piddling one/ The case was ”a piddly little misdemeanor”/ Make your pissy-ass point again ( first form 1559+, second 1940s+)
[a euphemism for piss]
[pid-uh k] /ˈpɪd ək/ noun 1. any bivalve mollusk of the genus Pholas or the family Pholadidae, having long, ovate shells and burrowing in soft rock, wood, etc. /ˈpɪdək/ noun 1. any marine bivalve of the family Pholadidae, boring into rock, clay, or wood by means of sawlike shell valves See also shipworm
[pij-uh n] /ˈpɪdʒ ən/ noun 1. Walter, 1898–1984, U.S. actor, born in Canada.
[pij-uh n] /ˈpɪdʒ ən/ noun 1. an auxiliary language that has come into existence through the attempts by the speakers of two different languages to communicate and that is primarily a simplified form of one of the languages, with a reduced vocabulary and grammatical structure and considerable variation in pronunciation. 2. (loosely) any simplified or […]
[pij-uh-nahyz] /ˈpɪdʒ əˌnaɪz/ verb (used with object), pidginized, pidginizing. 1. to develop (a language) into a .