bitsy
adjective Etymology: itsy-bitsy Date: 1905 tiny

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  • bitsy — 1883, plural of BIT (Cf. bit) (1) or a variant of BITTY (Cf. bitty) …   Etymology dictionary

  • bitsy — [bit′sē] adj. Informal very small; tiny …   English World dictionary

  • bitsy — adjective AmE informal very small see also: itsy bitsy …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • bitsy — /bit see/, adj., bitsier, bitsiest. Informal. tiny; itty bitty. [1900 05; BIT + SY] * * * …   Universalium

  • bitsy — adjective bitty …   Wiktionary

  • bitsy — adj. very small, tiny (Informal) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bitsy — bit·sy …   English syllables

  • bitsy — ˈbitsē adjective Etymology: probably alteration of bitty dialect : tiny …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bitsy Mott — Elisha Matthew Bitsy Mott (born in June 12, 1918 in Arcadia, Florida, died in 2001 02 25 in Brandon, Florida) was a baseball player. He played for the Philadelphia Phillies in the MLB National League as both a right handed batter and thrower. He… …   Wikipedia

  • Bitsy Grant — Bryan Morel „Bitsy“ Grant junior (* 25. Dezember 1910 in Atlanta, Georgia; † 5. Juni 1986 ebenda) war ein US amerikanischer Tennisspieler. 1937 gewann er mit der US amerikanischen Nationalmannschaft den Davis Cup gegen das Vereinigte Königreich.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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