kiddy kiddy  /ˈkɪ di/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a young child

Usage(s):

  1. At home she likes to scoot around on her kiddy-car.
  2. She has temporarily abandoned her kiddy car to learn how to roller-skate.

News

  1. News Articles

    DREXEL HEIGHTS - A near-drowning incident at a home near Ajo and Camino Verde sent a 9-month-old baby boy to the hospital Thursday. It happened when the child's mother was playing with her twin infants in a kiddy pool in their backyard.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: KVOA Tucson

  2. County officials expect a milder season for West Nile virus

    Puddles are bad. So are kiddy pools, recycling containers and birdbaths with standing water. Tires are really bad.With summertime comes the West Nile virus, and the recent rise in temperatures and a rash of rain are creating a soupy breeding ground for the mosquitoes that spread the virus.Local offi...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Lancaster Online

Quotes

  1. "At one time, our promotion guys had a hard time getting mainstream radio to pay attention to the tween acts, but now they realize it's not just kiddy stuff," said Agnew of Disney.
    on Jul 11, 2007 By: Walt Disney Source: Washington Post

  2. "After the grand final (New Zealand coach) Brian McClennan was talking to David Kidwell on the phone, and Kiddy thought I should have a chat to him," Kaufusi said. "I had a chat to Brian, he asked for my thoughts, and I told him my heart was...
    on Oct 16, 2006 By: Antonio Kaufusi Source: The Age

  3. "Me and Kiddy (David Kidwell) addressed the boys and said we are playing like school kids. I actually think school kids are playing better than us," said a despondent Asotasi.
    on Apr 25, 2008 By: Roy Asotasi Source: Brisbane Times

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