Definition of -ade 

(Entry 1 of 2)

1 : act : action blockade

2 : product especially : sweet drink limeade

Ade

biographical name
\ ˈād \

Definition of Ade (Entry 2 of 2)

George 1866–1944 American humorist and playwright

History and Etymology for -ade

Noun suffix

borrowed from French, borrowed from Old Occitan, Spanish, or Upper Italian -ada, going back to Late Latin -āta, going back to Latin, feminine of -ātus -ate entry 1

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