User comments for Biddy

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Old biddies.
― Anonymous User  6/22/2017
A little tiny, tiny, Biddy bit. (: Biddy is usually reference to a small amount.
― Anonymous User  5/26/2015
Biddy is currently used by teens and young adults as a word to describe girls who frequent the party scene.
― Anonymous User  11/11/2013
My husband and I call our newborn daughter Brigit by the nickname Biddy or Biddy-Bee. I used to dislike this nickname, but after having Brigit, it just seemed to come naturally.
NiamhWitch  8/22/2012
Found in George Bernard Shaw's work "Major Barbara" on Lady Britomart "Biddy" Undershaw, the mother of Salvation Army Officer Barbara Undershaw.
New_Chloe  9/23/2010
My friend always calls an old lady an "Old Biddy." I am sure she's not the only one who does either. Not advised.
ListenToAsuka  5/14/2010
Biddy is one of the main characters in Catherine Cookson's "The Black Velvet Gown".
telfalathiel  11/14/2009
I love this name; it's so sweet! I don't think I would give it as a full name; rather I'd prefer to call my daughter Bridget and call her Biddy for short. I think it would also work as a nickname for Britney, Brianna, etc.
Sophannagh  3/31/2009
I believe they call the little girl in Sinclair Lewis's "Kingsblood Royal" Biddy. She's a pretty annoying little girl who uses her dog's name (an inappropriate name in itself) in inappropriate ways (i.e. calling the hired help by it).
welovejamesarness  12/19/2008
There is a character named Biddy in Charles Dickens' novel, Great Expectations.
― Anonymous User  1/5/2008
Would be cute if not for the now disparaging use, such as 'old Biddy'.
― Anonymous User  5/27/2007
Biddy is an old lady's name.
Clodagh  4/9/2007
A biddy is two things: 1. a baby chicken. and 2. a bad-tempered old lady. Nuff said.
Starla Roxanne  9/17/2006
There was a famous wise woman of County Clare called Biddy Early. She cured people with medicine made from herbs and never charged any money.
― Anonymous User  8/20/2006
A ridiculous and terrible thing to do to the elegant, dignified Brighid.
gaelruadh19  4/28/2005

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