Another word for "little". Seems to originate in England.
There's an ickle kitten on the doorstep.
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A word now in common usage originating from baby speak of the word little - a common mispronunciation by children when learning their early words, which has become poplarised and cutesy as a result. See also widdle.
Oh, has diddums got himself an ickle rattle?
by wildilocks January 2, 2006
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A term of endearment used to describe someone small, usually a female. The term "ickle" usually implies that person is cute and that the speaker is quite fond of the person.
Maurs you're quite ickle!
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mr A has an ickle dinker
by martay February 20, 2003
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A tiny item or person but with a huge amount of cuteness and/or youth attached. Coined by ginger-haired freak Chris Evans during the Nineties.

Ickle may be used in the same way as mister, before the person's name.
"Can you tell me if Ickle Sally working today?"
by Mr Ben February 9, 2005
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The best damned word used to describe something small, or 'wee'.
Your breasts are ickle.
by Emilyhemmings July 14, 2005
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a patronising term used most often between two people in a relationship
you're my ickle baby
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