1. A small distinguishing mark on the letters "i" or "j". It was originally a larger mark, first appearing in Latin manuscripts, but was shortened when Roman-style typefaces were introduced. It is thought to be derived from Iota, the smallest letter in the Greek alphabet, which was used as a diacritic below other vowels in ancient Greek texts; others say it is derived from yodh, the smallest letter in Hebrew and Aramic alphabets.

2. A very small part or quantity; a particle, jot, or whit.
Arthur: Hey, Alfred, did you know that the dot over an "i" or "j" is called a tittle?

Alfred: Too bad I care a tittle.
Beküldő: Matthew C. Williams 2010. április 1.
The dot above the letter "i".
Proof read your paper for missing tittles.
Beküldő: meatloaf 2004. október 15.
Little titties. There's no other way to put it.
Man...Look at those tiny little tittles!
Beküldő: Sinker 2005. december 5.
1. a distinguishing mark
2. the small dot above the english letter "i"
3. the strings that are attached to the hoods of sweatshirts
"Dude, don't pull my tittle!"
Beküldő: keyun 2008. május 30.
A small rack, breasts, tits.
Look at those pathetic tittles on her.
Beküldő: ZiggyXL 2005. május 28.
The art of sexually flicking a man or woman's nipples or 'tits'. Often followed by sexual intercourse.
Created in a game of truth or dare at notorious University High School.
"I want to tittle you sooooo bad"
Beküldő: Anonymoustittler 2011. november 29.
A very small breast/tit. A contraction of tit and "little". A little tit, if you will.
Don't get me wrong, I enjoy a tittle here and there, but I've seen bigger lumps in my oatmeal!
Beküldő: Chocotacojewboy 2007. október 29.

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