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doited

[ doi-tid, -tit ]
/ ˈdɔɪ tɪd, -tɪt /
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adjective Scot.

childish or feeble-minded, especially because of advanced age; senile.

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Origin of doited

1375–1425; late Middle English (Scots), apparently a form of Middle English doted, past participle of doten to dote
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doited

doitit (ˈdɔɪtɪt)

/ (ˈdɔɪtɪd) /

adjective

Scot foolish or childish, as from senility

Word Origin for doited

C15: probably from doten to dote
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