Kade Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Cade:
Transferred use of the English surname, which is of several derivations. Cade is derived from an Old English nickname for something or someone lumpy or rotund. It might also be from the Late Middle English cade (a young animal abandoned by its mother and raised by hand). Alternatively, Cade is derived from the Middle English cade (cask, barrel) and might have been either a nickname for someone with the physique of a barrel or an occupational name for a barrel maker.
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Kade spelled with a K is Scottish, and means 'from the wetlands'.
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Kade Weston, New England Patriots defensive tackle
Kade Snowden, an Australian professional rugby player
Kade McAllister, National Hockey League
Kade Coates, actor. Played 4-year-old Truman in The Truman Show
Kade Ramsey, visual effects for the movies: Avatar, X-men: first class
Kade Speiser, photographer, featured frequently in Jake Paul's vlogs
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Kade McKettrick in "Shotgun Bride" by Linda Lael Miller