Meaning of dadoed in English:


Pronunciation /ˈdeɪdəʊd/


  • 1Of the nature of a dado; (of a wall or room) provided with a dado.

  • 2North American Woodworking Building
    Designating a joint in which the edge of a piece of wood is fixed into a channel or slot cut across the grain in the face of another piece of wood; designating a channel or slot of this kind.


Mid 18th century; earliest use found in William Pain (fl. 1743–1794), writer on architecture. From dado + -ed.