-Delicately small and pretty.
-Delicate and graceful in build or movement.
-(of food) particularly good to eat.
-Fastidious or difficult to please.
-Something good to eat; a delicacy.
From ”dainty” (adj.) “deinte", (delightful, pleasing,) from dainty (n.). Meaning evolved in Middle English to "choice, excellent" (late 14c.) to "delicately pretty.” 13th century.
Used in a sentence:
“Oh stop being so daint and get your bike back from that bounder!”
“Oh these biscuits are SO daint!”
(or as a noun)
“I’ve brought a boodle of daints to share!”
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