Aude



a department in S France. 2449 sq. mi. (6345 sq. km).
Capital: Carcassonne.
Contemporary Examples

Aude Zieseniss de Thuin, the founder and CEO, spent most of her life as an entrepreneur in France.
Davos in Heels Hannah Seligson October 20, 2009

They were gathered by the hundreds, Aude said, under tents provided by rebel soldiers across the way.
Turkey Closes Its Borders to Syrian Refugees Mike Giglio August 27, 2012

Historical Examples

Aude placed herself on the throne reserved for the Queen of Beauty.
The Days of Chivalry Ernest Louis Victor Jules L’Epine

Aude trembled for Roland, whose thoughts she could read in his face.
The Days of Chivalry Ernest Louis Victor Jules L’Epine

The old city, Gallic in its enthusiasm, Roman in its tenacity, is the true centre of democracy in the department of Aude.
History of the Commune of 1871 P. Lissagary

Aude and Roland, less fortunate than Miton and Mita, were not yet married.
The Days of Chivalry Ernest Louis Victor Jules L’Epine

Every one was so pre-occupied that the monster had reached almost to the spot where Aude was standing before any one noticed him.
The Days of Chivalry Ernest Louis Victor Jules L’Epine

France furnishes jet, especially in the department of the Aude.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 15, Slice 3 Various

“Aude could not have a nobler husband than Roland, who comes of your royal line, sire,” said the Lady Guibourg.
The Days of Chivalry Ernest Louis Victor Jules L’Epine

Then comes to him la belle Aude to ask where is her betrothed Roland.
Women of Medival France Pierce Butler

noun
a department of S France on the Gulf of Lions, in Languedoc-Roussillon region. Capital: Carcassonne. Pop: 321 734 (2003 est). Area: 6342 sq km (2473 sq miles)

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