- dotty (adj.)
- 1812, "full of dots," from dot (n.) + -y (2). Meaning "silly" is from c. 1400, in dotypolle "dotty poll" (i.e. "dotty head"), in which case the first element is from dote (v.).
- 1. She was obviously going a bit dotty.
- 2. That's my dotty points.
- 3. I freely confess I'm as dotty as you are.
- 4. Not another of your dotty ideas for making money!
- 5. He did not look like a ghost, more like someone's dotty father.
- 他一点不象幽灵, 而象一个发痴的父亲.
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