untended by its mother and brought up by a human being, often as a pet: a cade lamb
Origin of cadeLME, a pet
a bushy Mediterranean juniper (Juniperus oxycedrus) whose tarlike oil distilled from the wood is used in the treatment of skin disorders
Origin of cadeFrench ; from ProvenÃ§al ; from Late Latin catanus, probably ; from Gaulish
procession, parade: motorcade
Origin of -cade; from (caval)cade
Left by its mother and reared by hand: a cade calf.
Origin of cadeMiddle English, pet, pet lamb, of unknown origin.
A bushy juniper (Juniperus oxycedrus) chiefly of the Mediterranean region that is used in horticulture and whose wood yields juniper tar. Also called prickly juniper.
Origin of cadeFrench, from Provençal, from Old Provençal, from Late Latin catanus, perhaps from a non-Celtic language of pre-Roman Gaul.
Origin of -cadeFrom cavalcade.
Back-formed from cavalcade, inferred to be a suffix