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How To Spell Sande?

Correct spelling: Sande

What are the misspellings for Sande ?

  • sand4,
  • Sandm,
  • swnde,
  • sandew,
  • sanjde,
  • swande,
  • sand3e,
  • saande,
  • sdande,
  • sasnde,
  • sande3,
  • sandxe,
  • zsande,
  • sanede,
  • sxande,
  • asnde,
  • sand e,
  • dsande,
  • Saode,
  • sandce,
  • sanxe,
  • sansde,
  • sanbde,
  • sajnde,
  • wsande,
  • szande,
  • sahnde,
  • Scnde,
  • ssande,
  • samnde,
  • esande,
  • sanhde,
  • san de,
  • sanxde,
  • sanfde,
  • sandwe,
  • sannde,
  • sawnde,
  • aande,
  • xsande,
  • sqande,
  • sajde,
  • sabnde,
  • sancde,
  • saqnde,
  • sanmde,
  • sznde,
  • qande,
  • s ande,
  • ssnde,
  • asande,
  • sqnde,
  • saznde.

What does the abbreviation Sande mean?

 \s(a)-nde, san-de\

man's defender; man's defender, warrior
Sande as a girl's name is a variant of Alexandra (Greek) and Cassandra (Greek), and the meaning of Sande is "man's defender; man's defender, warrior".

Google Ngram Viewer results for Sande:

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

What are the usage examples for Sande?

  1. Or as the good gardiner seasons his soyle by sundrie sorts of compost: as mucke or marle, clay or sande and many times by bloud, or lees of oyle or wine, or stale, or perchaunce with more costly drugs: and waters his plants, and weedes his herbes and floures, and prunes his branches, and vnleaues his boughes to let in the sunne: and twentie other waies cherisheth them, and cureth their infirmities, and so makes that neuer, or very seldome any of them miscarry, but bring foorth their flours and fruites in season. – The Arte of English Poesie by George Puttenham
  2. So Maister More called this olde aged man unto him and sayd, 'Father, ' sayd he, 'tell me if ye can what is the cause of this great arising of the sande and shelves here about this haven the which sop it up that no shippes can aride here? – England of My Heart--Spring by Edward Hutton