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a small child

Country Code:NZ
Submitted February 19th, 2004 by: Anonymous


Are children biters down under? Comment by: The Critic    Rated:2/5
This is used in the USA to describe a very short person Comment by: Matthew    Rated:3/5
i live in australia and ive never hear this, its only rarely used as a term for a really small person but not a kid Comment by: josh   
Josh, how long have you lived in Australia?? Did you not notice that the flag on this comment has red stars because it's the flag of NEW ZEALAND? Comment by: Emily   
We use this word to describe a small dog Comment by: Devin   
I've heard this describing a dog... Comment by: Kim   
Anklebiter is used in Australia too. Comment by: Chris   
Never heard of this used in reference to short people in general, just small children - toddlers, along with terms like 'crumbgrabber,' 'curtain climber,' & 'linoleum lizard.' Comment by: Saoirse   
Never heard this in the U.S. in reference to short people, just regarding toddlers, along with 'crumbgrabber,' 'curtain climber,' & 'linoleum lizard.' Comment by: Saoirse   
fSWdhI on this. And he in fact ordered me dinner simply because I found it for him... Comment by: this site    Rated:1/5
20Kofq ohenkt foo theoing, ohit it e fenoetoic bkog poto.owekky ohenk you! ewwtomw. Comment by: see pron    Rated:3/5
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