American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A small container, such as a box, used especially for holding tea.
- n. A container for storing a group of items not in use.
- n. Computer Science A protective case used to load a CD-ROM into a disk drive.
- n. Variant of caddie.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as caddie.
- n. Same as caddis.
- n. A ghost; a bugbear.
- n. Originally, a box containing a catty of tea for exportation; hence, any small package of tea less than a chest or half-chest.
- n. A box for keeping tea when in use. Tea-caddies contain commonly one, two, or more canisters made of metal.
- n. Hence Any jar or canister for holding tea.
- n. A tin can with a lid, for holding water, etc.
- n. In the tobacco trade, a box 6 to 8 inches square, holding from 10 to 20 pounds.
- n. golf One hired to assist another in playing the game of golf.
- v. intransitive, golf To serve as a caddy, carrying golf clubs etc.
- n. A small box, can, or chest to keep tea in.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A small box, can, or chest to keep tea in, also called
- n. a container to hold objects when not in use.
- n. (Computers) a container to hold a compact disk, used in some types of compact disk devices, which is inserted into the CD player during playing, or in the case of recordable CD-ROMS, during recording. It is approximately square and thin, slightly larger than the compact disk. However, many CD players have a drawer for the compact disk, requiring no
- v. act as a caddie and carry clubs for a player
- n. a can for storing tea
- From Malay kati. (Wiktionary)
- Alteration of catty1. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
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“Carolina and Virginia, and we are informed that the Secretary would send the small chest, called a caddy, containing about 3,000 dollars 'worth of gold, in lumps and scales, to the mint, to be melted into coins and bars.”
“If you're the kind of golfer who doesn't know what to expect from a ball lying below your feet and on a downward slope, the caddy could be a godsend.”
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“Ignoring the unsuprising high initial price for the SSD alone i think that $100 extra for some cables and a caddy is a little excessive.”
“The caddy is the size of a 3.5 "drive, in which you install a 2.5" SSD.”
“And a caddy is a must for staying organized and un-cluttered underneath your kitchen sink.”
“Scenario A: Spend $50,000 on a "caddy", $25,000 for your pinky, and the balance on a "pound of blow".”
“I would want to see these ruthless people go out and see, like, all of this kind of caddy energy and people duking it out for money.”
“It looked like he jumped, but I'm on a kind of caddy corner angle, and I couldn't take my eyes off of him.”
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Turned this up on etymonline.com (link). It's amazing.
1937, coined in the fantasy tales of J.R.R. Tolkien (1892-1973).
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