doodle

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A fool, a simpleton, a mindless person
To draw or scribble (something) aimlessly
A small mindless sketch, etc
{n} a trifler, idler, simple fellow, fool
When someone doodles, they draw doodles. He looked across at Jackson, doodling on his notebook. to draw shapes, lines, or patterns without really thinking about what you are doing (Perhaps from doodle , from dudeltopf )
{f} scribble, draw idly
A doodle is a pattern or picture that you draw when you are bored or thinking about something else
A trifler; a simple fellow
{i} scribbled drawing or meaningless scrawl
a small mindless sketch etc
an aimless drawing
make a doodle; draw aimlessly
Yankee Doodle
A patriotic song popular with the Americans in their Revolutionary War
cock-a-doodle-doo
The cry of the rooster
fuck-a-doodle-doo
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, or frustration
cock-a-doodle
The loud sound made by an adult male chicken
cock-a-doodle-doo
The loud sound made by an adult male chicken
To doodle
scribble
Yankee Doodle
A Yankee. a US song which first became popular with American soldiers during the American Revolutionary War and is now often sung by children. It begins: Yankee Doodle went to town,/Riding on a pony;/Stuck a feather in his hat,/And called it macaroni
Yankee Doodle
American song from the days of the Revolutionary War
cock-a-doodle-doo
call of a rooster
cock-a-doodle-doo
an imitation of the crow of a cock
cock-a-doodle-doo
the loud sound made by an adult male chicken (From the sound)
doodled
past of doodle
doodler
{i} one who doodles, one who scribbles
doodler
A person who doodles
doodling
present participle of doodle
doodle

    Расстановка переносов

    doo·dle

    Турецкое произношение

    dudıl

    Произношение

    /ˈdo͞odəl/ /ˈduːdəl/

    Этимология

    [ 'dü-d&l ] (verb.) 1936. Influenced by dawdle, from German dudeln (“to play (the bagpipe)”), from dudel (“a bagpipe”), from Czech or Polish dudy (“a bagpipe”), from Turkish düdük (“a flute”). The word doodle first appeared in the early 17th century to mean a fool or simpleton. German variants of the etymon include Dudeltopf, Dudentopf, Dudenkopf, Dude and Dödel. American English dude may be a derivation of doodle. The meaning "fool, simpleton" is intended in the song title "Yankee Doodle", originally sung by British colonial troops prior to the American Revolutionary War. This is also the origin of the early eighteenth century verb to doodle, meaning "to swindle or to make a fool of". The modern meaning emerged in the 1930s either from this meaning or from the verb "to dawdle", which since the seventeenth century has had the meaning of wasting time or being lazy.

    Времена

    doodles, doodling, doodled

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