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caddis

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or cad·dice

[ kad-is ]
/ ˈkæd ɪs /
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noun
a kind of woolen braid, ribbon, or tape.
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Origin of caddis

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1570–80; probably <Middle French cadis kind of woolen cloth <Old Provençal <Catalan cadirs, of obscure origin; Middle English cadace, cadas material for padding doublets (<Anglo-French ) is apparently a distinct word

OTHER WORDS FROM caddis

caddised, adjective

Other definitions for caddis (2 of 2)

caddis2
[ kad-is ]
/ ˈkæd ɪs /

noun

Origin of caddis

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By shortening
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British Dictionary definitions for caddis

caddis

caddice

/ (ˈkædɪs) /

noun
a type of coarse woollen yarn, braid, or fabric
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