noun, plural ed·does.
- eddington limit,
- eddington, sir arthur stanley,
- eddy current,
- eddy, mary baker,
- eddystone rocks
Origin of eddo
Examples from the Web for eddo
"If I do, that will be a bad hour for thee, Eddo," replied Noie.
"'Course I knew better," said Eddo, shaking his head again, but this time with an air of bewilderment.Jimmy, Lucy, and All|Sophie May
I tell thee, Eddo, that thy death shall be redder than any thou hast ever dreamed, nor shall it fall on thee alone.
Eddo took it in his hand and another slave filled it with water from the gourd; the last drop of the water filled it to the brim.
"That we shall learn before to-morrow," said Eddo with a mocking laugh, and vanished down the wall.