Caid

[sport] Caid (kadʲ) 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. The word caid originally referred to the ball which was used. It was made out of animal skin, with a natural bladder inside. Caid is believed to have influe...
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Caid

Another name for Gaelic football, usually referring to precodified varieties in the south west of Ireland.
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CAID

Computer Aided Industrial Design
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Caid

Sardaukar officer rank given to a military official whose duties call mostly for dealings with civilians; A military governorship over a full planetary district; Above the rank of Bashar but not equal to a Burseg.
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