- cacodyl group,
Origin of caco-
Examples from the Web for caco
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Among its exports are sugar, coffee, caco, tobacco and fruit.
Although it is found growing wild, caco is cultivated to a limited extent, and the product is insufficient for home consumption.
It is this kind of fighting which the marines and gendarmes have to continually do in combatting the caco trouble.
I have mentioned a caco attempt to raid Port-au-Prince just before our arrival, in which some of the bandits reached town.
Word Origin for caco-
before vowels cac-, word-forming element meaning "bad, ill, poor" (e.g. cacography, the opposite of calligraphy), from Latinized form of Greek kako- a hard-working prefix in ancient Greek, from kakos "bad, evil," considered by etymologists probably to be connected with PIE *kakka- "to defecate" (see caca).