noun, plural Cad·dos, (especially collectively) Cad·do for 1.
Origin of Caddo
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Derivation: From the Caddo term ka-ede, signifying chief (Gatschet).Indian Linguistic Families Of America, North Of Mexico|John Wesley Powell
The Caddo and Comanche had epithets for this tribe, that signified "dog-eaters."
Then I tried Winn and Caddo a spell; they was n't no better.Bayou Folk|Kate Chopin
Somewhat later the Caddo confederacy in Texas took prominence, and the Caddo became a nucleus also.
Meanwhile the fragmentary Catawba, with which I believe that the Caddo was connected had its congeners far to westward.