or dod·dy

  1. a cow or bull having no horns, especially an Aberdeen Angus.

Origin of doddie

1580–90; dod to poll (Middle English dodden) + -ie Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for doddy

Historical Examples of doddy

  • Before Gorringe could reply: 'Doddy's a bootiful angel, isn't Doddy?'

    The Convert

    Elizabeth Robins

  • Doddy, a term applied in Norfolk to any person of low stature.

    The Slang Dictionary

    John Camden Hotten

  • They had neither nail nor hammer, else they would have given Doddy a Sisera exit; nor had they even an ordinary pocket-knife.

  • Doddy, after the danger was over, went every night to the stage-side, and cried at the distress of poor Cleone.

    Life of Johnson

    James Boswell

  • And now, Doddy, I want to present you to my dearest friend on earth, my own darling Georgina.