- the head or brain.
Origin of noddle
Related Words for noddlecoconut, mug, pate, dome, cup, noddle, belfry, upstairs, skull, attic, crown, cranium, brain, noggin, scalp, poll, thinker
Examples from the Web for noddle
Historical Examples of noddle
I remember him because it took some explainin' to get the bet through his noddle.Thoroughbreds
W. A. Fraser
Don't you see that I may have become a rather desirable match for a noddle?Little Dorrit
And now the sun declines between the Noddle Fell and Bleaberry.The Shadow of a Crime
Bless your noddle, there's plenty on 'em, ef a man knows beans.
You've had considerable of a hurt though, along side of your noddle.The Riflemen of the Miami
Edward S. Ellis
- informal, mainly British the head or brainsuse your noddle!
Word Origin for noddle
- informal, mainly British to nod (the head), as through drowsiness