noun, plural da·does, da·dos.
verb (used with object)
Origin of dado
Examples from the Web for dadoed
Historical Examples of dadoed
A faint, pleasant odour of Russia leather and camphor-wood came from the dwarf bookcases that dadoed the walls.The Dop Doctor
Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
The best machine-made drawers are now made with the bottom paneled or dadoed in all around so that papers cannot slip out.Handwork in Wood
noun plural -does or -dos
Word Origin for dado
1660s, of pedestals, from Italian dado "die, cube," from Latin datum (see die (n.)). Of wood panelling in a room, from 1787.