Words I Love 01 – Ditty

A new, occasional post; just because words are wonderful. Today’s word: ditty /ˈdɪti/ noun noun: ditty; plural noun: ditties a short, simple song. “a lovely little music-hall ditty” Origin Middle English: from Old French dite ‘composition’, from Latin dictatum (neuter) ‘something dictated’, from dictare ‘to dictate’.

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