Definition for DOLL

DOLL, n. [W. delw; form, image, resemblance, an idol, a false god; dull, form, figure; Arm. dailh, or tailh, which seems to be the L. talis. Also Ir. dealbh, an image. But qu. Gr. ειδωλον, an idol, from ειδω, to see.]

A puppet or baby for a child; a small image in the human form, for the amusement of little girls.

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