How Do You Spell CADDO?

Correct spelling for the English word "caddo" is [k_ˈa_d_əʊ], [kˈadə͡ʊ], [kˈadə‍ʊ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of CADDO

  1. a group of Plains Indians formerly living in what is now North and South Dakota and Nebraska and Kansas and Arkansas and Louisiana and Oklahoma and Texas

Anagrams of CADDO

4 letters

3 letters

Common Misspellings for CADDO

Below is the list of 99 misspellings for the word "caddo".

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Usage Examples for CADDO

  1. All the Caddo Indians are friendly to the whites, and if it was Tom he wouldn't hide away after you had spotted him. - "For the Liberty of Texas" by Edward Stratemeyer
  2. The Caddoes, Ascena, or Timber Indians, as they call themselves, follow nearly the same mode of burial as the Wichitas, but one custom prevailing is worthy of mention: If a Caddo is killed in battle, the body is never buried, but is left to be devoured by beasts or birds of prey, and the condition of such individuals in the other world is considered to be far better than that of persons dying a natural death. - "A further contribution to the study of the mortuary customs of the North American Indians First Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1879-80, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1881, pages 87-204" by H. C. Yarrow
  3. Grandpa still tells how his own grandpa saved or lost his scalp during a Comanche horse- stealing raid in the light of the moon; Boy Scouts hunt for Indian arrowheads; every section of the country has a bluff called Lovers' Leap, where, according to legend, a pair of forlorn Indian lovers, or perhaps only one of the pair, dived to death; the maps all show Caddo Lake, Kiowa Peak, Squaw Creek, Tehuacana Hills, Nacogdoches town, Cherokee County, Indian Gap, and many another place name derived from Indian days. - "Guide to Life and Literature of the Southwest" by J. Frank Dobie
  4. It happened that plenteous rains had made Oklahoma very green and beautiful, and as I galloped about over the wide swells of the Caddo country, I was disposed to buy all the land that joined me. - "A Daughter of the Middle Border" by Hamlin Garland