Cader



Eastern New England and British. (of the young of animals) abandoned or left by the mother and raised by humans:
a cade lamb.
Historical Examples

Legend Land, Vol. 1 Various
The Motor Routes of England Gordon Home
The Motor Routes of England Gordon Home
Ten Thousand Wonderful Things Edmund Fillingham King
Climbing in The British Isles, Vol. II W. P. Haskett Smith
Sporting Society, Vol. I (of 2) Various
The Rivers of Great Britain; Rivers of the South and West Coasts Various
An Old Coachman’s Chatter with some Practical Remarks on Driving Edward Corbett
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 Various
Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromartie, Knight John Willcock

noun
a juniper tree, Juniperus oxycedrus of the Mediterranean region, the wood of which yields an oily brown liquid (oil of cade) used to treat skin ailments
adjective
(of a young animal) left by its mother and reared by humans, usually as a pet
noun
Jack. died 1450, English leader of the Kentish rebellion against the misgovernment of Henry VI (1450)
adj.

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