verb (used without object), pid·dled, pid·dling.
verb (used with object), pid·dled, pid·dling.
Origin of piddle
Examples from the Web for piddler
But he was ably vindicated by Piddler, and the unfortunate Sam was convicted of petty larceny.The Funny Philosophers|George Yellott
British Dictionary definitions for piddler
Word Origin for piddle
Word Origin and History for piddler
1540s, "to peddle, to work in a trifling way," of uncertain origin, apparently a frequentative form. Meaning "to pick at one's food" is from 1610s; that of "urinate" is from 1796. Related: Piddled; piddler; piddling.