|Origin:||vitula 'instrument played at ceremonies'|
fid‧dle1 [countable] informal
2 British EnglishSCC
a dishonest way of getting money:
an insurance fiddle
They suspected he was on the fiddle (=getting money dishonestly or illegally) all along.
to be difficult to do and involve complicated movements of your hands:
This blouse is a bit of a fiddle to do up.