noun, plural dod·dies.
Origin of doddie
Examples from the Web for doddy
Harton is terribly cut up, for he was fond of little Doddy, and Goring seems sorry too.The Captain of the Pole-Star and Other Tales|Arthur Conan Doyle
They had neither nail nor hammer, else they would have given Doddy a Sisera exit; nor had they even an ordinary pocket-knife.
Before Gorringe could reply: 'Doddy's a bootiful angel, isn't Doddy?'The Convert|Elizabeth Robins
And now, Doddy, I want to present you to my dearest friend on earth, my own darling Georgina.The Dodd Family Abroad, Vol. II.(of II)|Charles James Lever
Doddy, a term applied in Norfolk to any person of low stature.The Slang Dictionary|John Camden Hotten