Ide

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See also: ide, IDE, idé, idę, -ide, ide-, and -idė

English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From the medieval male (and less often female) given name Ida.

Proper noun[edit]

Ide

  1. A surname transferred from the given name.
  2. A village in Devon, England, named after Saint Ida.

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Etymology 2[edit]

Contraction[edit]

Ide

  1. Obsolete form of I'd.
    • 1605, The Trial of Chivalry, (a play of uncertain unauthorship):
      Were it to search the furthest Northern clime / Where frosty Hyems with an ycie Mace / Strikes dead all living things, Ide find it out, / And borrowing fire from those fayre sunny eyne / Thaw Winters frost and warme that dead cold clime: []

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