cade

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adjective \ˈkād\

Definition of cade

  1. :  left by its mother and reared by hand :  pet a cade lamb

Origin and Etymology of cade

English dialect cade pet lamb, from Middle English cad


First Known Use: 1551


Cade

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biographical name \ˈkād\

Definition of Cade

  1. John died 1450 Jack Cade English rebel


-cade

noun combining form

Definition of -cade

  1. :  procession motorcade

Origin and Etymology of -cade

cavalcade


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cade

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noun \ˈkād\

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