noun tod·dick \ˈtädik, -dēk\

Definition of toddick



  1. 1 South a :  a measure used by a custom miller to take out his toll from the grist b :  a portion of flour or meal taken by a miller as his toll

  2. 2 South :  a small amount

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Origin and Etymology of toddick

2tod + -ick (alteration of -ock)

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a brief usually trivial fact

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