wittle

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Etymology[edit]

Childish mispronunciation of little.

Adjective[edit]

wittle ‎(comparative more wittle, superlative most wittle)

  1. (childish, nonstandard) Little.
    • 2004, Woody Leonhard, Windows XP all-in-one desk reference for dummies
      Working with windows (that's "windows" with a wittle w)
    • 2005, Linda Darling-Hammond, John Bransford, Preparing teachers for a changing world
      Give wittle Bear a wittle hug.
    • 2006, Sigrid Nunez, The last of her kind
      ...in a moment of regrettable cuteness, forgetting that I would not always be a wittle-bitty baby...
    • 2007, Kristen Sauder, Trading Panic for Peace
      With every step she repeated the same phrase, "I just need a wittle bit of help. I just need a wittle bit of help."

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wittle

  1. Misspelling of whittle.