the aquatic larva of a caddisfly, having an armored head and a pair of abdominal hooks, and typically living in a case built from sand or plant debris.
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a member of any of several North American Indian tribes formerly located in Arkansas, Louisiana, and eastern Texas, and now living in Oklahoma. the Caddoan language of the Caddo. Historical Examples Opuscula Robert Gordon Latham Early Western Travels 1748-1846, Volume 28 Various Opuscula Robert Gordon Latham Opuscula Robert Gordon Latham History of the Negro Race […]
a family of North American Indian languages spoken in the upper Missouri valley in North Dakota, in the Platte valley in Nebraska, in southwestern Arkansas, and in neighboring parts of Oklahoma, Texas, and Louisiana. Historical Examples Villages of the Algonquian, Siouan, and Caddoan Tribes West of the Mississippi David Ives Bushnell Original Narratives of Early […]
a container, rack, or other device for holding, organizing, or storing items: a pencil caddy; a bedspread caddy. Chiefly British, tea caddy. caddie. Golf. a person hired to carry a player’s clubs, find the ball, etc. a person who runs errands, does odd jobs, etc. caddie cart. any rigidly structured, wheeled device for carrying or […]
a small spoon used in taking tea from a storage caddy.