Translations:Etymology: From late first attested 1549 probably immitative of nonsense uttered by gossips. Usage as an imp or fiend and name of the Devil from around 1603.
- An offbeat, skittish person; especially said of a young woman.
(archaic) An imp, a fiend.
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