Kittenish vs Kitty - What's the difference?

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Kittenish is a related term of kitty.


As a adjective kittenish

is having the qualities or likeness of a kitten.

As a noun kitty is

a kitten or young cat.

kittenish

English

Adjective

(head)
  • Having the qualities or likeness of a kitten.
  • * 2011 , Jeff Dee, Gordon Ryder's Blues , page 165:
  • Sleeping, Myra appeared cuddly, kittenish . Girls, Gordon thought to himself. Girls can really drive you crazy.
  • Playful.
  • kitty

    English

    Alternative forms

    * kittie (young cat)

    Noun

    (kitties)
  • A kitten or young cat.
  • (childish) A pet name for a cat.
  • A money pool, as for a card game, or for shared expenses.
  • (poker, slang) In a home game, a small, specified amount taken from each pot to pay the host's expenses.
  • (slang) Female genitals. (less vulgar)
  • (card games) A set of additional cards dealt face down in some games.
  • Synonyms

    * (money pool) pot

    See also

    * pussy