What does,"Carido," mean?
A friends of mine called me, "Carido," and I can't find an answer in the translator. If some one could help it would be much appreciated!
I think the word is spelled wrong too. I'll bet it should be "querido". Querido means dear.
Must be querido, or dear.
Try the word 'Querido'.
I think they may have been saying "quierido" which means beloved or dear one. Something along those lines.
If it was typed, the person could have been drunk (or dyslexic) and instead of typing the letter ñ, typed the letter d, in which case they meant cariño, which is more or less the same so it doesn't really matter! That is called "lateral thinking" (or pensamiento lateral).
Had the same problem and it meant "cardio" in my case!
To all future readers of this post!
I have just seen this question and I agree with the probable /most likely options suggested of querido = darling, dear etc....and cariño = Honey, love, dear etc..
I think that the questioner misheard the word, probably because they were not familiar with it!
There is only a masculine form of the word cariño, no feminine equivalent exists, so the same word can be applied to guys (males) and girls (female) alike!
I hope this helps any future reader even though the question itself and the other answers are old!
Hmmmm, okay. If we're applying lateral thinking, then I'll try going the other direction.
It could be 'marido.'
It could be 'cálido.'
It could be 'valido.'
It could be...
Hopefully countryboi, you can see that since 'carido' is not a word the best we can all do is guess at what the word might be. Context means everything. If you provide an entire sentence there would be more to work with.