Meaning of doited in English:


Pronunciation /ˈdɔɪtɪd/


archaic Scottish
  • Having the faculties impaired, especially by age.

    • ‘Then she rambled on to the good old Days, and so to the Days before the Flood - which plainly showed her old head to be a little better than crazed and doited.’


Late Middle English perhaps an alteration of doted, past participle of dote.