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Definition of the noun Caid

What does Caid mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: caids

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


  1. Caid is the name given to various ancient and traditional Irish football games. "Caid" is now used by people in some parts of Ireland to refer to modern Gaelic football.
  2. caiD is a gene.
  3. Caid a.k.a. Caïd: Local regional ruler of a country, usually appointed by a Sultan in medieval to early-20th century Arab-ruled countries. A feudal title no longer in use.
  4. caiD is a genomic locus.

Phrases with Caid

  1. Syrichtus Caid
  2. Porphyrinia Caid
  3. Species Syrichtus Caid

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Caid

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Google previewHow to Hike the A.T. (2008)

The Nitty-Gritty Details of a Long-Distance Trek by Michelle Ray

caid is a program that pays for medical costs but may require patient copayment in some situations. The service is based on a number of factors such as income, savings, physical condition, and age. Many states provide state-specific ...

Google previewMedieval Fantasy as Performance (2010)

The Society for Creative Anachronism and the Current Middle Ages by Michael A. Cramer

CAID is an anagram for the initials of the four baronies that founded the principality: Calafia, Angels, Isles, and Dreiburgen, which are, naturally, San Diego, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara—for the channel islands-—and San Bemardino, the ...

Google previewWe the Poor People (1997)

Work, Poverty, and Welfare by Joel F. Handler, Yeheskel Hasenfeld

caid is a troubled program, it is certainly far better than no insurance at all, which is the plight of vast numbers of the working poor. Reforming health care by extending coverage to the working poor dramatically illustrates our basic approach: ...

Google previewIllusions (1996)

by Katherine Stone

Jillian Kin- caid is a schoolteacher, ...

Google previewThe Horse Review (1901)

Caid is a truly great trotter, but Allx 2:03% was a much greater one— and an Illinois product. Dogberry a la 'Boston NOT long ago a famous operatic star was being interviewed by the "special commissioner" of a certain Journal, who, in the ...

Google previewThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Intercultural Competence (2015)

by Janet M. Bennett

It is obvious that, as a process, CAID involves multiple contributors who, in turn, must be trained to work differently in the new cultural environment. The additional responsibilities of these contributors have been discussed above; however, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of AIDS (1998)

A Social, Political, Cultural, and Scientific Record of the HIV Epidemic by Raymond A. Smith

Other gay-specific terms that predated the term AIDS included gay lymph node syndrome, gay cancer, gay plague, homosexual syndrome, community-acquired immunodeficiency (CAID), and acquired community immunodeficiency syndrome ...

Google previewFocaloir Gaoidhilge-Sax-Bhearla Or an Irish-English Dictionary (1768)

CAID, a Rock. - CAID, vid ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Tunisia (2016)

by Kenneth J. Perkins

February: Mohammed Ghannushi resigns as prime minister and is replaced by Béji Caid al-Sebsi. 1 March: Al-Nahda is legalized. 23 October: National Constituent Assembly elections are held. 22 December: A troika of political leaders ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Algeria (2006)

by Phillip C. Naylor

Baldis Baraka B arb ary Barbouze Ben Beni-oui-oui Bey Bey lerbey Beylik Bidonville Bled Bourek Bumous Caid C aidat Caliph Captain Pasha Casb ah Chasseurs Cheb Chechia Cheikh Chorba Baladin', native citizens of Algiers ...

Google previewLexicon Cornu-Britannicum (1865)

by Robert Williams

caeth, caid, w. ; caith, caid pinid, b. BONDSWOMAN, BONDWOMAN, or FEMALE SLAVE, s. Caites, w. ; caithes, kaithes, b. BONE, 8.

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of Modern English (2013)

by Ernest Weekley

See caid. hail. See hale .

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Caid Meaning

Video shows what caid means. A local governor or leader, especially in North Africa or Moorish Spain, an alcaide.. Caid Meaning. How to pronounce, definition ...

Scrabble value of C3A1I1D2

The value of this 4-letter word is 7 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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