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January 3rd, 2012 12:18 AM #6
Yeah, sorry, another "old biddy" connection here too. We sometimes used to call our chickens "biddy hens" and that exact phrase was applied to gossipy old women too. Bitty sounds almost the same though and the alternate spelling makes it much more appealing. I think it could work as a nn if you really like it.Waiting for our October girl
Georgia | Constance
Andromeda | Iolanthe | Rowenna
Boys: Ragnar | Apollos | Tor | Rigel
January 3rd, 2012 12:31 AM #8
The first thing that came to mind was "old biddy." Sorry. I don't think it's wearable - even as a nickname.
January 3rd, 2012 09:12 AM #10Senior Member
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Around here, "biddy" is actually slang for the college girls who wear nothing but victoria secret sweats, ugg boots and northface jackets until it's time to go out for the night. Still not an appealing image....dreaming of naming my future first cat.
today's favorites: Howl, Sherlock, Scheherazade
(and favorites of the non-pet names: Celia Hermione, Odette, Inigo, Arthur Rooney)
January 3rd, 2012 09:30 AM #12
January 3rd, 2012 09:59 AM #14Senior Member
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Have to agree. around here "old biddy" is used pretty commonly and also as a gentler way of saying bitch. I would not call a child that even as a nickname.