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1biddy

noun bid·dy \ˈbi-dē\
plural biddies

Definition of BIDDY

:  hen 1a; also :  a young chicken

Origin of BIDDY

perhaps imitative
First Known Use: 1601

Rhymes with BIDDY

2biddy

noun
plural biddies

Definition of BIDDY

1
:  a hired girl or cleaning woman
2
usually disparaging :  woman; especially :  an elderly woman

Origin of BIDDY

diminutive of the name Bridget
First Known Use: circa 1861

Rhymes with BIDDY

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