lode
noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English lād course, support; akin to Old English līthan to go — more at lead Date: before 12th century 1. dialect England waterway 2. an ore deposit 3. something that resembles a lode ; an abundant store

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  • Lode — (l[=o]d), n. [AS. l[=a]d way, journey, fr. l[=i][eth]an to go. See {Lead} to guide, and cf. {Load} a burden.] 1. A water course or way; a reach of water. [1913 Webster] Down that long, dark lode . . . he and his brother skated home in triumph. C …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lode — / lɔde/ (ant. loda) s.f. [lat. laus laudis ]. 1. [approvazione per l operato o il comportamento di una persona, o per la qualità di una cosa: parole di l. ; un impresa degna di l. ] ▶◀ elogio, encomio, plauso. ↑ esaltazione, (spreg.) inno.… …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • lode — [ləud US loud] n [C usually singular] [: Old English; Origin: lad course, support ] an amount of ↑ore (=metal in its natural form) found in a layer between stones →↑mother lode …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • lode — [lōd] n. [var. of LOAD (ME lode < OE lad) retaining etym. senses “course, way”] Mining 1. a vein containing important quantities of metallic ore and filling a well defined fissure in the rock 2. any flat deposit of valuable ore separated from… …   English World dictionary

  • Lode — Lode, 1) so v.w. Lappen od. Lumpen; 2) Art grobes, wollenes Zeug; daher Lodeweber, welche es verfertigen; 3) das junge Laubholz, so lange es Ruthenstärke hat …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Lode — Lode, in einigen Gegenden Deutschlands grobes Wolletuch, in andern Leinwand; daher L.nweber …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

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