Definitions for ladlæd

This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word lad

Princeton's WordNet

  1. chap, fellow, feller, fella, lad, gent, blighter, cuss, bloke(noun)

    a boy or man

    "that chap is your host"; "there's a fellow at the door"; "he's a likable cuss"; "he's a good bloke"

  2. cub, lad, laddie, sonny, sonny boy(noun)

    a male child (a familiar term of address to a boy)

Wiktionary

  1. lad(Noun)

    A boy or young man.

  2. lad(Noun)

    A jack the lad; a boyo.

    I think he reckons he's a bit of a lad.

  3. lad(Noun)

    A familiar term of address for a young man.

  4. lad(Noun)

    A groom who works with horses (also called stable-lad).

  5. Origin: laidō. Cognate with Old High German leita (German Leite), Old Norse leið.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Lad

    p. p. of Lead, to guide

  2. Lad(noun)

    a boy; a youth; a stripling

  3. Lad(noun)

    a companion; a comrade; a mate

  4. Origin: [OE. ladde, of Celtic origin; cf. W. llawd, Ir. lath. 123. Cf. Lass.]

Freebase

  1. LAD

    The LAD was a British cyclecar made between 1913 and 1926. The car was originally made by the Oakleigh Motor Company of West Dulwich, London and was usually fitted with a single seater body although a few two seaters were made. Power came from a single cylinder Stag engine and drive was to the rear wheels by chain. There was only a single forward speed and no reverse so a gearbox was not used. Production stopped on the outbreak of war. The car was revived in 1923 by LAD Productions of Farnham, Surrey in 1923 and the original was joined by a 350 cc twin cylinder engined model but the launch of the Austin 7 took away the market for such cars and the company closed in 1926.

British National Corpus

  1. Written Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'lad' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1577

  2. Nouns Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'lad' in Nouns Frequency: #1249

Anagrams for lad »

  1. ADL

  2. LDA

  3. dal

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Frances Hodgson Burnett:

    Where you tend a rose, my lad, a thistle may not grow.

  2. Charles Kingsley:

    Young blood must have its course, lad, and every dog its day.

  3. Emily Brontë:

    A good heart will help you to a bonny face, my lad and a bad one will turn the bonniest into something worse than ugly.

  4. Kellie Maloney:

    I was always trying to be the best and be seen as a jack-the-lad... because I was always hiding something, I could never ever let my defenses down, the manager of the heavyweight boxing champion of the world being a transsexual would have been some headline and a story that would have run for quite a while.

  5. Trong Young:

    One of the best ways to judge the FB trends in a city is to see what the hotels are doing, recently Anti:dote at Fairmont Hotel and Manhattan Bar at Regent Singapore hotel opened, while Four Seasons hired one of the greatest bartenders in history -- Javier de lad Muelas -- to consult on its beverage and cocktail list at One Ninety bar.

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