verb (used with object), lad·ed, lad·en or lad·ed, lad·ing.
verb (used without object), lad·ed, lad·en or lad·ed, lad·ing.
Origin of lade
Related formslad·er, noun
Can be confusedlade laid
Examples from the Web for lade
Wad ye be sae good as turn the lade o' your jaw-hole anither way, as a' your foul water rins directly in at my door?The Testimony of Tradition|David MacRitchie
When just ready to boil, put in the herbs, cut or uncut; and when ready again to boil, lade it to and fro to prevent its boiling.
Andt you have also been doing well of lade, as I am bleased to hear.Great Musical Composers|George T. Ferris
Lade yourselves with spoil, and make yourselves rich for life.The Sign Of The Red Cross|Evelyn Everett-Green
They sell the hides vnto the merchants, who lade into Spaine as many as may be well spared.