Definitions For Stade

Etymology 1

From {{der, en, la, stadium}}, from {{der, en, grc, στάδιον}}, a 600-greek foot, foot racetrack, a distance of 600 greek feet. Cognate with {{cog, fr, stade}}.


STADE (plural STADEs) (historical, _, units of measure, dated) {{syn of, en, stadion, nodot=a}}: a former greek unit of distance (variously 150–210{{nbsp}}m at different places and times). (dated) A track for footraces and its surrounding stadium. A stage of progress (obsolete) in a journey. (medical, obsolete) of a disease. (geology) in glaciation during which a secondary advance of the glaciers occurs.

Etymology 2

From {{der, en, es, estado}}, from Latin status ("standing"). {{doublet, en, estate, state, status}}.


STADE (plural STADEs) (units of measure, obsolete) {{syn of, en, fathom, nodot=a}}.

Etymology 3

From {{der, en, nl, stad}}. {{doublet, en, stead}}.


STADE (plural STADEs) (rare, obsolete) A chief town in an area or country.

Etymology 4

From {{der, en, de, Stade}}, a town in hanover.


STADE (plural STADEs) (obsolete) fabric, fabric or textiles from or similar to those of stade.

Etymology 5

From {{der, en, ang, staed}}. Cognate with {{cog, de, Gestade, t=shore}}.


STADE (plural STADEs) (nautical, obsolete) A station for ships, as an anchorage or wharf.

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AEDST, Stead, TASed, asdet, dates, desat, sadet, sated, stead, tased, tsade

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