noun, plural kid·dos, kid·does.
Origin of kiddo
Examples from the Web for kiddo
Sure, he rambled some, teared up and kept calling his wife “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
And if ten dollars means anything to you, kiddo—look this over.The Woman Gives|Owen Johnson
What do you say, kiddo, shall we hit it up for Nyack to-night or camp along the river?Tom Slade at Temple Camp|Percy K. Fitzhugh
1893, familiar form of kid (n.) in the "child" sense.