Plaud
Plaud Plaud, v. t. To applaud. [Obs.] --Chapman. [1913 Webster]

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  • Plaud — Le nom est surtout porté dans la Vienne et les Deux Sèvres, on le rencontre aussi dans le Morbihan. C est une contraction de Pelaud (44, 79, 56), sobriquet probable pour un homme poilu …   Noms de famille

  • plaud — ap·plaud; ap·plaud·a·ble; ap·plaud·ing·ly; plaud; ap·plaud·a·bly; …   English syllables

  • plaud — I. ˈplȯd noun ( s) Etymology: probably back formation from plaudite archaic : praise, applause II. transitive verb …   Useful english dictionary

  • ap|plaud´ing|ly — ap|plaud «uh PLD», intransitive verb. to show approval, especially by clapping hands, shouting, or stamping the feet. –v.t. 1. to show approval of in this way: »The audience applauds anything that pleases it in a play or concert. 2. to be pleased …   Useful english dictionary

  • ap|plaud´er — ap|plaud «uh PLD», intransitive verb. to show approval, especially by clapping hands, shouting, or stamping the feet. –v.t. 1. to show approval of in this way: »The audience applauds anything that pleases it in a play or concert. 2. to be pleased …   Useful english dictionary

  • ap|plaud´a|ble — ap|plaud «uh PLD», intransitive verb. to show approval, especially by clapping hands, shouting, or stamping the feet. –v.t. 1. to show approval of in this way: »The audience applauds anything that pleases it in a play or concert. 2. to be pleased …   Useful english dictionary

  • ap|plaud — «uh PLD», intransitive verb. to show approval, especially by clapping hands, shouting, or stamping the feet. –v.t. 1. to show approval of in this way: »The audience applauds anything that pleases it in a play or concert. 2. to be pleased with;… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ap·plaud — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Plaudrer — Plaud|rer: ↑Plauderer. Plau|de|rer, (seltener:) Plaudrer, der; s, : 1. jmd., der leicht u. anregend erzählen kann: aus einem nur mühsam und sehr langsam seine Sätze formulierenden Gesprächspartner war inzwischen ein sehr gewandter Plauderer… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Plaudrerin — Plaud|re|rin, die; , nen: w. Form zu ↑Plaudrer …   Universal-Lexikon

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