Etymology
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toddle (v.)

"to run or walk with short, unsteady steps," c. 1600, Scottish and northern British, of uncertain origin, possibly related to totter (1530s); an earlier sense of "to toy, play" is found c. 1500. Related: Toddled; toddling.

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Definitions of toddle

toddle (v.)
walk unsteadily;
small children toddle
Synonyms: coggle / totter / dodder / paddle / waddle
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