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Definition of Dede:

  1. Dead.

Dede \d(e)-de\

Meaning:
swarthy; broken-hearted, sorrowful; divine
Origin:
Welsh
Details:
Dede as a girl's name is a variant of Dee (Welsh), Deirdre (Irish, Gaelic) and Diana (Latin), and the meaning of Dede is "swarthy; broken-hearted, sorrowful; divine".
Meaning:
dada, Didi, dido, Dodie, Doda, Dedie, Dodi, Dody, Dodee, Dodey.
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Examples of usage for Dede:

  1. Chaucer speaks of it as a time of day: " The dede sleep, for every besinesse, Fell on this carpenter, right as I gesse, About curfew time, or litel more." – Old Church Lore by William Andrews
  2. The fourth called Chria, which is a very short exposicion of any dede or worde wyth the name of the author recited. – A Treatise of Schemes and Tropes by Richard Sherry Commentator: Herbert W. Hildebrandt

Rhymes for Dede:

  1. heed, snead, speed, reid, feed, proceed, she'd, impede, ede, lead, lipide, need, reread, fried, steed, friede, bleed, deed, shaheed, bead, meade, recede, fede, hamid, precede, sneed, teed, plead, bede, rashid, brede, skied, misdeed, keyed, we'd, tweed, freed, wied, swede, waleed, creed, breed, rasheed, reed, saeed, misread, mead, knead, seed, mislead, reseed, stampede, succeed, kneed, screed, greed, supersede, secede, walid, cede, indeed, he'd, read, leed, weed, nead;
  2. concede, accede, decreed, elide, exceed, agreed, gilead, degreed;
  3. intercede, disagreed, aristide, guaranteed, overfeed;
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