CAID

Etymology 1

Noun

caid (plural caids)

A local governor or leader, especially in North Africa or Moorish Spain; an alcaide.

Etymology 2

Originally referred to the animal-skin ball used in these games.

Noun

caid (uncountable)

Any of various ancient and traditional Irish football games.

(Ireland) Modern Gaelic football.

Anagrams

• -adic, ACID, Daic, acid, adic, cadi

Source: Wiktionary



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5 February 2023

MATRIARCHIC

(adjective) (of societies or families) having a female as the family head or having descent traced through the female line


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