kiddle

Word Origin for kiddle

C13: from Anglo-French, from Old French quidel, of obscure origin
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Examples from the Web for kiddle

Historical Examples of kiddle

  • I asked Kiddle, who accompanied me on board, what he thought of the weather.

    Ben Burton

    W. H. G. Kingston

  • Led by Oldershaw, Kiddle and Brady with the others were upon them, and they too were cut down.

    Ben Burton

    W. H. G. Kingston

  • Kiddle and Brady, as I cast my eye on them, were evidently preparing to show fight.

    Ben Burton

    W. H. G. Kingston

  • Indeed several of the crew were sleeping on deck—Kiddle and Brady among them.

    Ben Burton

    W. H. G. Kingston

  • “It will not do, lads, to stop here to starve,” observed Kiddle.

    Ben Burton

    W. H. G. Kingston