Origin of lude
Examples from the Web for lude
This Lamont harp was taken by a lady of that family from Argyleshire about 1460, on her marriage into the family of Lude.
FitzOsbern had half-turned in his saddle and was surveying the rugged hill of Lude upon the other side of the ford.
Every now and again he scanned what could be seen of the winding road about the hill of Lude.
Lood, loodh, lude; ashamed: 'he was lude of himself when he was found out.'English As We Speak It in Ireland|P. W. Joyce
The Comte du Lude then came forward with his customary 'sang-froid', and begged the exorcists to perform before him.Cinq Mars, Complete|Alfred de Vigny
Word Origin and History for lude
slang shortening of quaalude, by 1973.