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tiddler

/ (ˈtɪdlə) /
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noun British informal

a very small fish or aquatic creature, esp a stickleback, minnow, or tadpole
a small child, esp one undersized for its age

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Word Origin for tiddler

C19: from dialectal tittlebat, childish variant of stickleback, influenced by tiddly 1
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