Diddly Definition

dĭdlē
noun
Anything at all or of any consequence.
Doesn't know diddly about computers.
Webster's New World
A small or worthless amount.
His advice wasn't worth diddly to me.
American Heritage

(slang, sometimes childish) Penis.

Wiktionary
Synonyms:
shitsquatdiddleydiddlyshitdiddly-shitdiddlysquatdiddly-squatdoodly-squatjackrapdamnwhitshredouncejot
adjective
Trivial, unimportant, etc.
Webster's New World
interjection

A written representation of a trill sound.

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Other Word Forms of Diddly

Noun

Singular:
diddly
Plural:
diddlies

Origin of Diddly

  • Short for diddlyshit diddly-squat

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Possibly shortened from diddlywhacker.

    From Wiktionary

  • Short for diddly-squat

    From Wiktionary

  • Imitating a sound

    From Wiktionary

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