diddly

[ did-lee ]
/ ˈdɪd li /

noun, plural did·dlies for 2. Slang.

a thing of little or no value; naught: Your excuses aren't worth diddly to me.
a flaw; malfunction.

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Origin of diddly

perhaps euphemistic shortening of diddlyshit
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