[kid-oh] /ˈkɪd oʊ/
noun, plural kiddos, kiddoes.
Informal. (used as a familiar form of address.)
1893, familiar form of kid (n.) in the “child” sense.
A person, esp one younger than oneself •Used nearly always in direct address: Look, kiddo, I don’t think you quite understand/ There’s a lot of loot there, kiddo (1905+)
[Sephardic Hebrew kee-doosh; Ashkenazic Hebrew kid-uh sh] /Sephardic Hebrew kiˈduʃ; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈkɪd əʃ/ noun, Judaism. 1. a blessing recited over a cup of wine or over bread on the Sabbath or on a festival. /ˈkɪdəʃ; Hebrew kɪˈdʊʃ/ noun (Judaism) 1. a special blessing said before a meal on sabbaths and festivals, usually including the […]
[kid-ee] /ˈkɪd i/ noun, plural kiddies. Informal. 1. a child. /ˈkɪdɪ/ noun (pl) -dies 1. (informal) an affectionate word for child n. also kiddie; 1570s as “young goat;” 1780 as “flash thief;” 1889 as “child,” from various senses of kid (n.) + -y (3). Related: Kiddies. noun A child [1889+; the form kiddey is found […]
- Kiddy pool
noun a wading pool for young children; an inflatable or permanent shallow pool for children Examples Parents love having a kiddy pool in the backyard. Word Origin 1919
[kid-ee-oh] /ˈkɪd iˌoʊ/ noun, plural kideos. Informal. (often initial capital letter) 1. videotapes or other video entertainment for children.