diddle
 n.— «The diddle shall be as follows—ADO Rules: All matches will begin with the flip of a coin. The coin toss determines who has the option to diddle first. The winner of the coin toss may elect to throw the diddle first or have the opponent throw first. The dart closest to the bull shall throw first in the game. The looser of the first game has the option of throwing the diddle first or having the opponent throw first. If a third game is necessary, the loser of the original coin toss has the option of diddling first or having the opponent diddle first.» —“League Rules” Queen City Darting Association (Charlotte, N.C.) Sept. 10, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  1. Alternate def?

    diddle; verb

    How about diddle as a verb meaning intercourse from the late 1960s and early 70s in New England.

  2. Diddle meaning “to copulate or copulate with” goes back as far as 1870 for certain and perhaps as far back as 1767 in verse. It’s well-attested and included in most dictionaries, so there’s no need to include it in a dictionary of fringe English. Besides, the “diddle” on this page is just a citation: it’s not a full entry in which one would expect to include all meanings of a word.

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