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- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Well, since you ask this on the math board, you are clearly referring to limits in calculus. In other words, "the limit of f(x) as x approaches a" is equivalent to "as x gets a biddie closer to a, then f(x) gets a biddie closer to f(a)", which we call the limit. Hey, it may sound a little informal, but that's how they teach it in South Georgia.

- MelliLv 61 decade ago
An ugly, frightening old woman - biddy also biddie

If perhaps you meant bitty:

Informal Tiny. Often used in combination: a little bitty baby.

Chiefly British Composed of small segments lacking cohesion; fragmented.

- F.A.Q.Lv 41 decade ago
My mother! She calls me an old bat (I'm 34) and I call her an old biddy! lol, affectionately.

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- Joni DaNerdLv 61 decade ago
1. a female domesticated fowl

2. a frightening or cantankerous old woman

What does this have to do with math? I looked it up online, thinking it was some obscure math word I havn't heard of, but this is all I was able to find.

- 1 decade ago
Anything relating to marijuana. The high derived from it , the marijuana itself. Term originated in Auburn New York

Source(s): Urban dictionary - Anonymous1 decade ago
a referential birdie