Definitions of Gade

  1. A small British fish ( Motella argenteola) of the Cod family.
  2. A pike, so called at Moray Firth; - called also gead.

Usage examples for Gade

  1. Erlking's Daughter, Miles W. Gade. – Sixty Years of California Song by Margaret Blake-Alverson
  2. It is crossed from N. to S. by the river Gade. – Hertfordshire by Herbert W Tompkins
  3. Broxbourne Bury Park is 1 mile N. Two Waters owes its name to its position at the junction of two small rivers- the Gade and the Bulbourne. – Hertfordshire by Herbert W Tompkins
  4. Bury Mill is on the river Gade, at the foot of the hill. – Hertfordshire by Herbert W Tompkins
  5. The Gade concerto, instead of soothing her, had only exasperated her. – The Dominant Strain by Anna Chapin Ray
  6. Enna was born May 13, 1860. He was largely self- taught; but, with the help of Niels Gade, won the Ancker Scholarship, a sort of Danish " Prix de Rome," which enabled him to study in Germany and acquire a considerable technique- a useful possession for a modern grand- opera composer. – Shakespeare and Music by Christopher Wilson
  7. This large establishment, situated on the Torv Gade, was built especially for the purpose of benefiting the industrious poor of the city. – Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia by Maturin M. Ballou
  8. Thence it passes between Bushey Hall and Bushey Lodge, flows through Watford to Rickmansworth where, uniting with the Gade and Chess, it enters Middlesex near Stocker's Farm. – Hertfordshire by Herbert W Tompkins
  9. 4. The Chess enters the county from Buckinghamshire at Sarratt Mill, and flowing past Loudwater joins the Gade at Rickmansworth. – Hertfordshire by Herbert W Tompkins
  10. Such implements have been found in the Valley of the Gade by Sir John Evans, K. C. B.; in more central neighbourhoods by Mr. Worthington G. Smith; and many axes, knives, etc. – Hertfordshire by Herbert W Tompkins
  11. It is on the river Gade, at the N. E. extremity of Gadesbridge Park. – Hertfordshire by Herbert W Tompkins