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Date: 1800-1900
Origin: Perhaps from smitch 'bit' (19-21 centuries)

smidgin

noun
     
smid‧gin , smidgen also smidge [singular]
informal a very small amount of something [= touch]
smidgin of
I added just a smidgin of chilli sauce.

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