from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A triangular spade used for ditching.
  • n. A scoop or dredge on the end of a long pole, used for clearing watercourses or channels.


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  • Yidle-diddle-didle-didle man. awards and we girls need to behave in Cork.

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  • I think he was just there to drop off chinease food, he had everything there from a didle eye joe to damn if I Know.

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  • So, whereas once I yidle-didle-didle’d my Firefox through Ha’aretz and the J-Post and the Jerusalem Report, nowadays I just leave all that behind and say a silent prayer for the next generation of young Jewboy-writers to write about anything else.

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