- Informal. (used as a familiar form of address.)
Origin of kiddo
Examples from the Web for kiddo
Contemporary Examples of kiddo
Sure, he rambled some, teared up and kept calling his wife “kiddo.”Joe Biden’s Happy Warrior Speech
September 7, 2012
Historical Examples of kiddo
"That shows there's one thing about scouting you don't know, Kiddo," I told him.Roy Blakeley's Camp on Wheels
Percy Keese Fitzhugh
Oh, when father says 'give the kiddo a chance,' then they let me talk.Conversation
Mary Greer Conklin
“Welcome to our city, Kiddo,” Jimmie said in his throat, but nobody heard him.Turn About Eleanor
Ethel M. Kelley
Theres fun in doing anything if you set out to like it, kiddo.
Ive played tackle, kiddo, and I know what a guys up against.
Word Origin and History for kiddo
1893, familiar form of kid (n.) in the "child" sense.