5 letter words ending in EDE

The following list contains 4 five letter words in English

5 letter words ending in EDE in English

5 letter words ending in EEDE

5 letter words ending in LEDE

5 letter words ending in UEDE

5 letter words ending in WEDE

Common 5 letter words ending in EDE with meaning

reede Parts of Speech



1. A long, slender, flexible stem or stalk of a plant, especially a grass or reed.

2. A musical instrument made from a reed, such as a clarinet or saxophone.


US: /riːd/

UK: /riːd/

Origin and Usage

The word "reede" comes from Middle English "rede," which means "a reed or a piece of land covered with reeds." It has been in use since the 14th century.

Reeds are commonly found in wetlands and are used for various purposes, such as making musical instruments, thatching roofs, and weaving baskets. The word "reede" is also used to refer to the stem or stalk of a plant, especially a grass or reed.


stem, stalk, shoot, cane, shaft, stick

Related Words

grass, flute, oboes, pipes, saxos

Example Sentences

1. The wetland was filled with tall reeds swaying in the breeze.

2. The musician played a beautiful melody on his reed instrument.

3. The farmer used a sharp knife to cut the reede into manageable lengths.

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  1. A bird of prey, also known as a kite.
  2. An old English word for "glide".
  • US: /ɡlɛd/
  • UK: /ɡliːd/
Origin and Usage:

The word "glede" is derived from the Old English word "glida" which means "kite". It was used to refer to a bird of prey, specifically the red kite, which is now a rare bird in the UK. The word "glede" was also used in Old English to mean "glide" or "gliding".

  • Kite
  • Bird of prey
Related Words:
  • Glide
  • Glade
  • Greed
  • Gleam
  • Glees
Example Sentences:
  1. The glede soared high in the sky, searching for its prey.
  2. He watched the glede glide effortlessly through the air.
Definition of Suede

1. Parts of Speech: Noun, verb

2. Definitions:

  • a type of leather with a soft, napped surface
  • to give a suede-like finish to a fabric or leather

3. Pronunciations:

  • US: /swed/
  • UK: /sweɪd/

4. Origin and Usage: The word "suede" comes from the French word "gants de Suède" which means "gloves from Sweden". Suede is a type of leather that has a soft, napped surface. It is often used to make shoes, clothing, and accessories. The verb "suede" is used to describe the process of giving a fabric or leather a suede-like finish.

5. Synonyms:

  • brushed leather
  • fuzzy leather
  • napa leather

6. Related Words:

  • leather
  • velvet
  • wool

7. Example Sentences:

  • The shoes were made of soft suede.
  • She decided to suede her leather jacket to give it a new look.


Part of Speech: Noun

Definition: A round root vegetable with a yellowish-orange flesh and a purple or green skin, also called rutabaga.

Pronunciation (US): /swid/

Pronunciation (UK): /swiːd/

Origin and Usage: The word "swede" originated in the late 18th century, and is a shortening of "Swedish turnip". It is commonly used in British English, while in American English it is known as rutabaga. It is often used as a vegetable in stews, casseroles, and soups.

Synonyms: Rutabaga, yellow turnip, Swedish turnip.

Related Words: Carrot, onion, potato, parsnip, radish.

Example Sentences:

  • She added some diced swede to the soup for extra flavor.
  • He mashed the swede with butter and served it as a side dish.
  • The farmer harvested a large crop of swedes this year.