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a suffix occurring in loanwords from Greek, the plural of 1 :
Hyades; Pleiades.
Historical Examples

Pyl´ades at length yielded to Orestes, and consented to take the letter.
The Student’s Mythology Catherine Ann White

Oh, I tell yer it’s ‘ades let loose, or all Babel a busting down-stairs.
Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 102, May 7, 1892 Various

One—A kompetunt core uf mannagers and ades will be in attendance.
Bright Ideas for Entertaining Mrs. Herbert B. Linscott

The loving mother’s happiness would now have been complete had not ades asserted his rights.
Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome E.M. Berens

Orestes, accompanied by his friend Pyl´ades, repaired in disguise to Mycenæ.
The Student’s Mythology Catherine Ann White

Then assuming once more the helmet of ades, he mounted into the air, and awaited the approach of the monster.
Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome E.M. Berens

On the other hand, there are places wholly outside of the normal range of ades calopus where the disease has raged.
Handbook of Medical Entomology William Albert Riley

The Ore´ades were mountain nymphs, and others presided over groves and even single trees.
The Student’s Mythology Catherine Ann White

I thought to have beheld, this day, the dead In ades, every breath so seem’d my last.
The Iliad of Homer Homer

In the dominions of ades there were four great rivers, three of which had to be crossed by all the shades.
Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome E.M. Berens

An early system on the IBM 704.
Version: ADES II.
[Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].


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