noun British Dialect.
Examples from the Web for tomtit
The tomtit told me just now in the fir-tree; the woodpecker told him on his promising that he would not tell anybody else.Wood Magic|Richard Jefferies
I hear a bird away up on the hill—only a tomtit, but it has sat there calling in the same place two nights now.Pan|Knut Hamsun
But the chaffinch and the tomtit stood below on the ground and gazed at the dead bird.The Queen Bee and Other Nature Stories|Carl Ewald
Tinker hopped round him as nimbly as a tomtit or a jackdaw, and presently gave him another little taste of his steel.Jack Harkaway's Boy Tinker Among The Turks|Bracebridge Hemyng
I heard the maids talking about it to-day when I went to call on Cousin Tomtit in the palace garden.Lulu's Library, Volume II|Louisa M. Alcott