Origin of caudle
Examples from the Web for caudle
If you don't alter, Mr. Caudle, you 'll soon have no house to be master of.
Now, Mr. Caudle, only listen to this; if you bring home another umbrella, I'll throw it in the street.
They are also provided with a sufficient quantity of caudle, together with proper attendants, and all necessary medical advice.A Description of Modern Birmingham|Charles Pye
Don't tell me; I hear what a nice companion Mr. Caudle is: what a good-tempered person.
Mrs. Caudle still lives—and will live as long as her sex; therefore, England and America still chuckle.The Scrap Book. Volume 1, No. 2|Various
British Dictionary definitions for caudle
Word Origin for caudle
Word Origin and History for caudle
"hot drink," late 13c., from Old North French caudel (Old French chaudel, 12c., Modern French chaudeau), from Medieval Latin caldellum, diminutive of caldum, neuter of Latin caldus "warm" (see calorie).