Definition of kidder in English:

kidder

noun

informal
  • See kid

    • ‘I learned a lesson that night: don't kid a kidder.’
    • ‘Two cross-talk comedians would find it hard to keep up with these first-class kidders.’
    • ‘‘Always the kidder,’ said Benny, letting out another belly laugh.’
    • ‘His character Steelman - a bush conman - is the consummate kidder, amiable, pleasant, and, if the tables are turned, courteous and philosophical.’
    • ‘Jeff, who is a kidder, and William, who is superconscientious, engage in bizarrely dialectic duologues.’

Pronunciation

kidder

/ˈkidər//ˈkɪdər/