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Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
itty

1798, in a letter of Jane Austen, baby-talk form of little. Related: itty-bitty (1855); tiddy-itty (1852).

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itty

a. Extremely small, as in itty-bitty.

Usage examples of "itty".

I might perhaps, if I still felt like it, itty off to the old skolliwoll and see what was vareeting in the great seat of gloopy useless learning, O my brothers.

We itty round, shop-crasting and the like, coming out with a pitiful rookerful of cutter each.

And then I had like fallen into the bed and then,as it looked to me, been waked up to be told to get off out, to itty off home, they did not want to viddy Your Humble Narrator never not no more, O my brothers.

The crystal veck was on to me now, starting to deal me malenky weak tolchocks on my litso, and I tried to get away and itty out, but these starry rookers that held me were stronger than I had thought.

I made for the door, wanting to go upstairs and get my platties and then itty off.

Van Itty adopted Ermengarde to replace the little one who had been stolen from her so many years ago.

I have an itty bitty book light that I could use to read old magazines, because I think you only get old magazines in jail.

Well, Ho has this whole fantasy world of hairy superdykes named the Itty BItty TItty Committee, who kick the testosterone out of Evil Sexist Oinkers.

But when real Spirit descends, it blasts to smithereens the mother archetype, the father archetype, and every other itty bitty finite archetypeit is coming from the other direction with the force of infinity, and not some merely past and finite evolutionary habit.

I ittied to it and viddied a fair drop to the autos and buses and waiting chellovecks below.

But when real Spirit descends, it blasts to smithereens the mother archetype, the father archetype, and every other itty bitty finite archetypeit is coming from the other direction with the force of infinity, and not some merely past and finite evolutionary habit.

  And so it would itty on until like the end of the world, round and round and round, like some bolshy gigantic like chelloveck, like old Bog Himself (by courtesy of Korova Milkbar) turning and turning and turning a vonny grahzny orange in his gigantic rookers.

Even Jim Bob was getting tired of microwaving burritos from the Kwik-Screw, and he scowled as he drove toward Starley City and the titillating promise of a romp with Cherri Lucinda, his itty bitty titty kitty, as he was fond of calling her when she consented to one of his more imaginative ideas and then didn't cry afterward.