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Ade

play
biographical name \ˈād\

Definition of Ade

  1. George 1866–1944 Am. humorist & playwright



Rhymes with ade

aid, aide, blade, braid, cade, clade, fade, glade, grade, jade, lade, made, maid, paid, raid, rayed, shade, spade, stade, staid, suede, trade, wade


-ade

noun suffix

Definition of -ade

  1. 1 :  act :  action <blockade>

  2. 2 :  product; especially :  sweet drink <limeade>



Origin and Etymology of -ade

French, from Middle French, from Old Occitan -ada, from Late Latin -ata, from Latin, feminine of -atus -ate


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