1. A small distinguishing mark on the letters "i" or "j". It was originally a larger mark, first appearing in Latin manuscripts, but was shortened when Roman-style typefaces were introduced. It is thought to be derived from Iota, the smallest letter in the Greek alphabet, which was used as a diacritic below other vowels in ancient Greek texts; others say it is derived from yodh, the smallest letter in Hebrew and Aramic alphabets.

2. A very small part or quantity; a particle, jot, or whit.
Arthur: Hey, Alfred, did you know that the dot over an "i" or "j" is called a tittle?

Alfred: Too bad I care a tittle.
作者 Matthew C. Williams 2010年4月01日
The dot above the letter "i".
Proof read your paper for missing tittles.
作者 meatloaf 2004年10月15日
Little titties. There's no other way to put it.
Man...Look at those tiny little tittles!
作者 Sinker 2005年12月05日
A small rack, breasts, tits.
Look at those pathetic tittles on her.
作者 ZiggyXL 2005年5月28日
1. a distinguishing mark
2. the small dot above the english letter "i"
3. the strings that are attached to the hoods of sweatshirts
"Dude, don't pull my tittle!"
作者 keyun 2008年5月30日
The art of sexually flicking a man or woman's nipples or 'tits'. Often followed by sexual intercourse.
Created in a game of truth or dare at notorious University High School.
"I want to tittle you sooooo bad"
作者 Anonymoustittler 2011年11月29日
A very small breast/tit. A contraction of tit and "little". A little tit, if you will.
Don't get me wrong, I enjoy a tittle here and there, but I've seen bigger lumps in my oatmeal!
作者 Chocotacojewboy 2007年10月29日

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