birdie (plural birdies)
- (diminutive) A (little) bird; a birdling.
- Aw, that's a cute little birdie. Is it a budgie?
- (golf) The completion of a hole one stroke below par.
- He scored ten birdies during the tournament.
- (badminton) A shuttlecock.
- (Philippines, slang) A man's penis.
- (electronics) An electromagnetic signal generated from within an electronic device.
- (usually preceded by "the") A certain rude gesture in some countries, formed with the middle finger.
- (usually preceded by "the") A certain rude gesture in some countries, formed with the middle and index fingers.
- (diminutive for bird) cocky
- watch the birdie
- French: oiselet, oisillon
- German: Vögelchen, Vöglein, Vögelein, Vogerl (South German, Austrian, colloquial)
- Italian: uccellino
- Portuguese: passarinho
- Russian: пти́чка
- Spanish: pajarito
birdie (birdies, present participle birdieing; past and past participle birdied)
- (intransitive, golf) To score a birdie.
- Sörenstam birdied to take the lead.
- (transitive, golf) To score a birdie at (a hole).
- Sörenstam birdied the seventeenth hole to take the lead.
- A female given name.
- An effective or child's term for any (small) bird. (1999: Oxford Dictionary of Slang, p. 130)