Tidy vs Tody - What's the difference?
As a proper noun tidy
As a noun tody is
any of the genus todus
of small insectivorous caribbean birds.
(obsolete) In good time; at the right time; timely; seasonable; opportune; favourable; fit; suitable.
(lb) Brave; smart; skillful; fine; good.
Appropriate or suitable as regards occasion, circumstances, arrangement, or order.
Arranged neatly and in order.
- if weather be fair and tidy
Not messy; neat and controlled.
(informal) Generous, considerable.
- Keep Britain tidy .
- The scheme made a tidy profit.
* spick and span
To make tidy; to neaten.
A tabletop container for pens and stationery.
A cover, often of tatting, drawn work, or other ornamental work, for the back of a chair, the arms of a sofa, etc.
(dated) A child's pinafore.
- a desk tidy
(Wales) Expression of positive agreement, usually in reply to a question.
Often used by people from South Wales to end a sentence or as a reply to a question meaning "Great" or "Fine", for example "I'm going to the shops for ten fags" may get the reply "Tidy."
1000 English basic words
Any of the genus Todus of small insectivorous Caribbean birds.