didapper

noun di·dap·per \ ˈdīˌdapə(r) \

Definition of didapper

plural -s
:a dabchick or other small grebe

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Origin and Etymology of didapper

Middle English dydoppar, probably alteration of Old English dūfedoppa pelican, from dūfan to dive + -doppa diver


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