Noun Ade Definition and Examples


Noun:

Ade

Pronunciation:

/eɪd/

Definition:
1.

suffix

Forming nouns denoting an action that is completed.
  1. 'blockade'
Forming nouns denoting the body concerned in an action or process.
  1. 'cavalcade'
Forming nouns denoting the product or result of an action or process.
  1. 'marmalade'

suffix

    Forming nouns denoting a person.


      noun

      1. George, 1866–1944, U.S. humorist. -ade1

      1. a suffix found in nouns denoting action or process or a person or persons acting, appearing in loanwords from French and sometimes from Spanish (cannonade; fusillade; renegade), but also attached to native stems: blockade; escapade; masquerade .

      2. a noun suffix indicating a drink made of a particular fruit, normally a citrus: lemonade .


      Examples:

      "There can be ade beverages."
      "ades can be in cars."
      "ades can be for medals."
      "ades can be after sessions."
      "ades can find people at people."
      "ades can up with shares."
      "ades can find at people."

      Origin:

      Ade

      From Spanish or Portuguese -ado, masculine form of -ada (see -ade).

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