attrapade etymology

French word attrapade comes from French attraper (To catch (a cold). To catch (e.g. a ball).), French -ade

Detailed word origin of attrapade

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
attraper French (fra) To catch (a cold). To catch (e.g. a ball).
-ade French (fra) Indicating a dish or recipe.. Indicating a drink made from a given fruit.. Used to form collectives.. Used to form nouns denoting action, or a person performing said action.
attrapade French (fra) Reprimand, talking-to, reproach.

Words with the same origin as attrapade

Descendants of attraper
attrapage attrape-nigaud
Descendants of -ade
bousculade brimade canonnade croustade débandade dégringolade enculade engueulade fanfaronnade fusillade noyade oursinade palissade pantalonnade pasquinade peuplade pierrade pochade rasade ratonnade reculade sardinade septembrisade torsade