- Rhymes: -ɪdʒ
widge (plural widges)
- (obsolete, dialectal, chiefly poetic) horse
- 1998, Gary Blackwood, The Shakespeare Stealer:
- [addressing the narrator, named Widge] "I'm only going to see that he learns a lesson," said Nick innocently. "Now then. Widge, is it? You know what a widge is where I come from?"
My throat felt too tight to speak. I shook my head.
"A horse. I think I'll call you Horse, although I think you look more like an ass to me. […] "