What does Meade mean?

Meade in AZ Dictionary

Meade, George Gordon 1815-1872. American Union general which commanded the costly victory at Gettysburg (1863).
Meade, James Edward 1907-1995. British economist. He shared a 1977 Nobel reward for contributions to ideas of worldwide trade and finance.
(p) alternate type of Mead.
(n) united states of america general in control of the Union soldiers within Battle of Gettysburg (1815-1872)
(n) English economist noted for his researches of worldwide trade and finance (1907-1995)

Meade in Community Dictionary

1.A FORM OF CAT SHIT.2. A name only clever devils may have. by IoneReport definition
A fat blond, unsightly ho without any mind, but thinks he could be adored by all together with an incredible number of mates. Generally has actually a chode. by Dane AlgarinReport definition
last title of a beauty, more gorgeous girl you will definitely ever meet she will be everyones bestfriend has actually kids running after her but in the conclusion just likes one man will grow up in order to become famous and rich by YoshikoReport definition

Related Sources

  • Sentence for "Meade"
  • Phrases for "Meade"
    • Lake Meade, Meade Marina, Meade Morning, General Meade, Meade has
  • Rhyme for "Meade"
    • Aristide, Bede, Ede, Gilead, Mead
  • Hypernym for "Meade"
    • full general, general, economist, economic expert
116 votes

How would you define Meade?

All the definitions on AZdictionary were written by people just like you. Now's your chance to add your own!