- cardoso, fernando henrique,
- cardozo, benjamin nathan,
Origin of cardoon
Examples from the Web for cardon
And Cardon told Politico last week, “I think Jeff and I are both quality gentlemen who will keep it to the issues.”
"Over this way, sir," he said, guiding Cardon to his small cubicle office.
Then, to make sure, he called Pelton's store, talking for a while to the police sergeant Cardon had mentioned.
One of Pelton's traffic-control men appeared on Cardon's screen.
Word Origin for cardoon
1610s, from French cardon, from Provençal cardon, properly "thistle," from Late latin cardonem (nominative cardo "thistle," related to Latin carduus "thistle, artichoke" (see harsh).