One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Having the faculties impaired, especially by age.
- ‘Then she rambled on to the good old Days, and so to the Days before the Flood - which plainly showed her old head to be a little better than crazed and doited.’
Late Middle English: perhaps an alteration of doted, past participle of dote.
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