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Correct spelling: meade

Common misspellings for meade:

meaee.

Meade \me(a)-de\

Meaning:
meadow
Origin:
English
Details:
Meade as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Meade), is a variant of Mead (Old English), and the meaning of Meade is "meadow".
Meaning:
Mathe, Maddy, Mateo, Madteo, mat, Mata, matt, meed, medea, Meda, Mada, Medie, Maude, Mady, Mette.
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Google Ngram Viewer results for meade:

This graph shows how "meade" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for meade:

  1. " I think I don't know how long that half- finished fort can hold out," responded Lieutenant Meade and half a dozen other voices instantly agreed with him as to the perils surrounding the small besieged garrison. – Ahead of the Army by W. O. Stoddard
  2. " Meade he demanded of one of them, " what do you think of that?" – Ahead of the Army by W. O. Stoddard
  3. R. T. Meade rector at Novohal, County Cork, and married Toulmin Smith in 1879. She wrote her first book, Lettie's Last Home, at the age of 17, and since then has been an unusually prolific writer, her stories attaining wide popularity on both sides of the Atlantic. – Girls of the Forest by L. T. Meade

Quotes for meade:

  1. During the fall and winter we built Fort Meade and the town of Sturgis.

Rhymes for meade:

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