noun cad·die \ˈka-dē\

: a person who carries a golfer's clubs on the golf course

plural caddies

Full Definition of CADDIE

Scottish :  one who waits about for odd jobs
a :  one who assists a golfer especially by carrying the clubs
b :  a wheeled device for conveying things not readily carried by hand <a luggage caddie>
caddie or caddy intransitive verb

Variants of CADDIE

cad·die or cad·dy \ˈka-dē\

Origin of CADDIE

French cadet military cadet
First Known Use: circa 1730

Rhymes with CADDIE


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