ditty definition

  • noun:
    • an easy track.
    • a quick verse or tune.
    • A saying or utterance; specially, one that's quick and often duplicated; a theme.
    • A song; a lay; somewhat poem intended to be sung.
    • A song, or poem intended to be sung, usually quick and easy in form, and set to a straightforward melody; any brief easy song.
    • the language of a song, as opposed to the track or songs.
    • A refrain; a saying often duplicated.
    • Clamor; cry; sound.
    • a brief simple track (and/or words of a poem intended to be sung)
    • an easy track.
    • a quick verse or track.
    • A saying or utterance; specially, one that's short and sometimes duplicated; a style.
    • A song; a lay; just a little poem intended to be sung.
    • A song, or poem intended to be sung, generally short and easy in kind, and set-to a straightforward melody; any short simple track.
    • what of a song, instead of the track or music.
    • A refrain; a saying frequently duplicated.
    • Clamor; cry; sound.
    • an easy tune.
    • A short verse or track.
    • A saying or utterance; specifically, one that's quick and sometimes repeated; a theme.
    • A song; a lay; somewhat poem meant to be sung.
    • a brief easy tune (or perhaps the words of a poem designed to be sung)
    • A song, or poem designed to be sung, typically quick and simple in kind, and set-to an easy melody; any brief easy track.
    • the text of a song, instead of the track or songs.
    • A refrain; a saying frequently repeated.
    • Clamor; weep; noise.
    • a short easy track (and/or terms of a poem meant to be sung)
  • verb:
    • To sing; to warble slightly track.
    • To sing; to warble only a little track.
    • To sing; to warble slightly tune.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To sing; to warble a little track.
    • To sing; to warble some track.
    • To sing; to warble slightly tune.
  • others:
    • To sing a ditty; warble a tune.
    • To sing.
    • To sing a ditty; warble a tune.
    • To sing.
    • To sing a ditty; warble a tune.
    • To sing.

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