"hat, cap," 1846, of unknown origin.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Examples from the Web for cady
One night, the summer they were all 15, Cady went swimming alone, wearing nothing but a camisole, bra and underwear.
The teenagers—Cady, her cousins Johnny and Mirren, and their friend Gat—are nicknamed the Liars.
For the next two years, at the advice of doctors, nobody will give Cady the details of the accident.
It starts with Lindsay Lohan as Cady Heron, the stand-in for all of us.‘Mean Girls’ Turns 10: Why the Modern Classic Is Still So Fetch
April 30, 2014
Morrison, ten and one fifth; Bunette, ten and two-fifths; Cady, ten and a half.Ann Arbor Tales
Karl Edwin Harriman
Left our encampment, Cady thinking the snow would bear the horses.History of the Donner Party
(105.6 feet per mile) grade carries the line to Cady's Pass and mouth of tunnel.A Report on Washington Territory
William Henry Ruffner
Their given names were Frank and their surnames were, we will say, Cady and Carey, respectively.The Comstock Club
Charles Carroll Goodwin
But Cady took it otherwise and his flat-featured face reddened violently, as though the pox were coming out on him.The Little Red Foot
Robert W. Chambers