knidge

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Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [nɪdʒ], [knɪdʒ], [knʌdʒ]

Verb[edit]

knidge (third-person singular present knidges, present participle knidgin, past knidged, past participle knidged)

  1. to rub, squeeze, press with the knee

Noun[edit]

knidge (plural knidges)

  1. a forceful squeeze