- kid|do [ˈkıdəu US -dou] n plural kiddos [C usually singular]especially AmE spoken informal used by adults to address a young person▪ Come on kiddo, let's go.
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kiddo — 1893, familiar form of KID (Cf. kid) (n.) in the child sense … Etymology dictionary
kiddo — [kid′ō] n. Informal a term of affectionate address: sometimes mildly patronizing … English World dictionary
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kiddo — This is kid with the diminutive ‘ o’ ending (see O) which has the effect of creating a true vocative, i.e. a word which it is difficult to imagine being used in third person reference. Its use is much the same as that of ‘kid’, and the two… … A dictionary of epithets and terms of address
kiddo — [[t]kɪ̱doʊ[/t]] kiddos N VOC You can call someone kiddo, especially someone who is younger than you, as a sign of affection. [mainly AM, INFORMAL] I ll miss you kiddo. Come back and see me … English dictionary
kiddo — noun (plural kiddos) Etymology: 1kid Date: 1905 1. used as a familiar form of address < you ll be okay, kiddo > 2. child, kid … New Collegiate Dictionary
kiddo — noun An affectionate moniker for a close friend or pal, especially used as a form of address. Okay, kiddo, I gotta run … Wiktionary
kiddo — kid|do [ kıdou ] noun singular SPOKEN used for talking to a friend: Hey, kiddo, how s it going? … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
Kiddo — a word for a peer Hey kiddo whats up? … Dictionary of american slang
kiddo — noun (countable usually singular) especially AmE spoken a way of addressing someone you know, usually a young person: Come on kiddo, let s go … Longman dictionary of contemporary English