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Correct spelling: cade

Definition of cade:

1) ( of a young animal) abandoned by its mother and raised by hand; " a cade calf"

2) Bred by hand; domesticated; petted.

3) To bring up or nourish by hand, or with tenderness; to coddle; to tame.

4) A barrel or cask, as of fish.

5) A species of juniper ( Juniperus Oxycedrus) of Mediterranean countries.

Common misspellings for cade:

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Meaning: round, lumpish; cask

Origin: French

Cade as a boy's name (also used as girl's name Cade), is of Old English and Old French origin, and the meaning of Cade is "round, lumpish; cask". Transferred use of the surname, which was originally a nickname. Literary: name of a character in Margaret Mitchell's novel "Gone with the Wind" (1936).

Related names: Cadell.

Sounds Like: Quade, Cato, Cody, Codie, Codey, Gad, Gadi, Gide.

Variants: Kayde, Caide, Caden, Kade, Kaden.




Meaning: pure

Origin: Greek

Cade as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Cade), is a variant of Cady (Greek), and the meaning of Cade is "pure".

Sounds Like: Cate, Kade, Cadye, Cadie, Cadi, Cadey, Cadee.

Examples of usage for cade:

1) Why, sir, the man who now addresses you, born of an ancient stock, as good blood as any untitled gentleman of the land, was treated once as Jack Cade might be in a London drawing- room. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) 283, 330 Cade, John, iii. - "History of the English People, Index", John Richard Green.

3) But the supream power, and the management of all things, must be wholly in their Party, as it was in Watt Tyler, and Jack Cade of famous memory, when they had got a King into their possession: for this Party, will never think his Majesty their own, till they have him as safe, as they had his Father. - "His Majesties Declaration Defended", John Dryden.

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