doddered definition by Webster's New World
Origin: probably ; from Middle English dodden, to cut off; uncertain or unknown; perhaps influenced, influence by dodder
doddered definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- Botany Lacking the top branches as a result of age or decay.
- Infirm; feeble.
Origin: Probably alteration of dodded, past participle of dialectal dod, to lop off, from Middle English dodden, perhaps from dodde, a measure of grain.