Definitions for caddoˈkæd oʊ
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Cad•doˈkæd oʊ(n.)(pl.)-dos; -do.
a member of any of several American Indian peoples formerly located in Arkansas, Louisiana, and E Texas, and now living in Oklahoma.
the Caddoan language of the Caddo.
a group of Plains Indians formerly living in what is now North and South Dakota and Nebraska and Kansas and Arkansas and Louisiana and Oklahoma and Texas
Caddo, Caddoan, Caddoan language(noun)
a family of North American Indian languages spoken widely in the Midwest by the Caddo
A member of one of the Caddo tribes.
A confederacy of several southeastern Native American tribes, who inhabited much of what is now East Texas, western Louisiana and portions of southern Arkansas and Oklahoma in the sixteenth century.
A Caddoan language of the Southern Plains of the United States, spoken by the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma.
The Caddo Nation is a confederacy of several Southeastern Native American tribes, who traditionally inhabited much of what is now East Texas, northern Louisiana and portions of southern Arkansas and Oklahoma. Today the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma is a single federally recognized tribe with its capital at Binger, Oklahoma. The different Caddo languages have converged into a single language.