Definition of Caddy. Meaning of Caddy. Synonyms of Caddy

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Definition of Caddy

Caddy
Caddy Cad"dy, n.; pl. Caddies. [Earlier spelt catty, fr. Malay kat[=i] a weight of 11/3 pounds. Cf. Catty.] A small box, can, or chest to keep tea in.

Meaning of Caddy from wikipedia

- The Volkswagen Caddy is a leisure activity vehicle (M-segment) produced by the Volkswagen Group since 1980. It is sold in Europe and in other markets...
- In golf, a caddie (or caddy) is the person who carries a player's bag and clubs, and gives the player advice and moral support. A good caddie is aware...
- The Caddy is a 1953 American semi-musical-comedy-sports film starring the comedy team of Martin and Lewis. It is noteworthy for Dean Martin introducing...
- as his caddy. Williams was born in Wellington. He began his career of caddying at his home club at age 6. By age 10, he was frequently caddying 36 holes...
- Caddy (1881-1955), South African trade unionist Caroline Caddy (born 1944), Australian poet Dorian Caddy (born 1995), French footballer Douglas Caddy...
- land that used to belong to the Compson family, and his sister Caddy. But by 1928 Caddy has been banished from the Compson home after her husband divorced...
- Alan Caddy (2 February 1940 – 16 August 2000) was a guitarist, arranger, record producer and session musician. He was born in Chelsea, London, and educated...
- Who's Your Caddy? is a 2007 American blaxploitation comedy film directed by Don Michael Paul and starring Big Boi, Lil Wayne, Andy Milonakis, Faizon Love...
- "The Caddy" is the 122nd episode of NBC sitcom Seinfeld. This was the 12th episode for the seventh season. It aired on January 25, 1996. In this episode...
- A caddy spoon is a spoon used for measuring out tea in the form of dried tea leaves. Traditionally made of silver, they were in common use in the 19th...
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