Birdie meaning

bûrdē
(informal) A small bird.
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To shoot (a hole in golf) in one stroke under par.
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Any small bird: a child's word.
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(golf) A score of one stroke under par for a hole.
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(golf) To score a birdie on (a given hole)
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(diminutive) A bird; a birdling.

Aw, that's a cute little birdie. Is it a budgie?

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(golf) The completion of a hole one stroke below par.

He scored ten birdies during the tournament.

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(badminton) A shuttlecock.
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(electronics) An electromagnetic signal generated from within an electronic device.
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(usually preceded by "the") A certain rude gesture in some countries, formed with the middle finger.
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(usually preceded by "the") A certain rude gesture in some countries, formed with the middle and index fingers.
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(intransitive, golf) To score a birdie.

Sörenstam birdied to take the lead.

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(golf) To score a birdie.

Sörenstam birdied the seventeenth hole to take the lead.

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Origin of birdie

  • From bird +‎ -ie. Compare Dutch vogeltje (“birdie”).

    From Wiktionary