noun, plural kid·dies. Informal.
Examples from the Web for kiddy
The Cuban kiddy himself knew that, and grinned as he made for Jim's shoulder.
The Kiddy was minute, but her achievements were enormous; she was ridiculous, but she was sublime.
Toro, the Cuban kiddy, sat down on the margin of the cold blue lake and finished his cigarette reflectively.
There was nothing like the pugnacity of the Kiddy in these years of Prothero's disaster.
I remember that when I was a kiddy the governor once undertook to teach me mathematics, and he never would let me see the answers.The Making of Bobby Burnit|George Randolph Chester