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ku·do

 (ko͞o′dō′, kyo͞o′-)
n. pl. ku·dos (-dōz′)
Usage Problem A praising remark; an accolade or compliment: "Children's book author Virginia Hamilton added another kudo to her prize-laden career" (Calvin Reid). See Usage Note at kudos.

[Back-formation from kudos.]
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ku•do

(ˈku doʊ, ˈkyu-)

n., pl. -dos.
a statement of praise or approval; accolade; compliment.
[1925–30; back formation from kudos1, construed as a plural]
usage: See kudos1.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Kudou, "Spreading of two-stream supersonic turbulent mixing layers," Physics of Fluids, vol.
(119) Murakami, K., Stewart, M., Nozawa, K., Tomii, K., Kudou, N., Igarashi, N., Shirakihara, Y., Wakatsuki, S., Yasunaga, T.
The association between RBD and DLB has been shown consistently for over a decade (Boeve, Silber, Fernan, Lucas, & Parisi, 2001; Matsumara, Ichino, Kudou, Tachibana, & Imamura; 2009; Metzler-Baddeley, 2007; Turner, 2002).
Okubo, K., Kudou, S., Uchida, T., Yoshiki, Y., Yoshikoshi, M., Tonomura, M., 1994.