Definitions For Slade

Etymology 1

From Middle English slade, t=low-lying ground, a valley; a flat grassy area, glade; hollows of clouds; a creek, stream; a channel, from {{inh, en, ang, slæd, t=valley, glade}}, from {{inh, en, gem-pro, sladą, t=glen, valley}}, of {{unk, en, title=uncertain}} origin. Perhaps from {{der, en, gem-pro, *sladaną, t=to glide, slip}} or {{cog, gem-pro, *sladdaz, t=to be slack, droop}}. Compare {{cog, non, slóð, t=track, trail}}.


SLADE (plural SLADEs) (now, _, rare, _, or, _, dialectal) A valley, a flat grassy area, a glade. (obsolete) The sole of a plough.

Etymology 2


SLADE (plural SLADEs) A spade for digging peat.


Dales, Delas, dales, deals, desal, lades, lased, leads, seal'd

Is Slade a Scrabble Word?

Words With Friends YES
Scrabble US NO
Scrabble UK YES
English International (SOWPODS) YES
Scrabble Global YES
Enable1 Dictionary NO

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The word Slade is worth 6 points in Scrabble and 7 points in Words with Friends

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