Etymologypecadillo, from pecado, from the peccare, present active infinitive form of pecco.
Peccadillo (plural either peccadillos or peccadilloes), from the Latin word for sin, is commonly used for a petty misdeed and, by extension, for an antic.
Peccadillo, the songPeccadillo is the title of a song by the Richmond, Virginia group known as The Taters. Genre is rock and roll.
Peccadillo, the playPeccadillo is the title of a 1985 play by Garson Kanin. It tells the story of an international conductor, "Maestro" Vito DeAngelis, and "Mrs. Maestro" Rachel, who both decide to create autobiographical accounts of their lives with the help of ghost writers.
peccadillo in Dutch: Pekelzonde
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