Definition for CADE

CADE, n. [L. cadus; Gr.καδος, a cask, καδιον, a purse or little cask; allied perhaps to W. cadw, to hold, to keep.]

A barrel or cask. A cade of herrings is the quantity of five hundred; of sprats, a thousand. – Encyc.

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