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Laded

Lade \Lade\ (l[=a]d), v. t. [imp. Laded; p. p. Laded, Laden (l[=a]d'n); p. pr. & vb. n. Lading.] [AS. hladan to heap, load, draw (water); akin to D. & G. laden to load, OHG. hladan, ladan, Icel. hla[eth]a, Sw. ladda, Dan. lade, Goth. afhla[thorn]an. Cf. Load, Ladle, Lathe for turning, Last a load.]

  1. To load; to put a burden or freight on or in; -- generally followed by that which receives the load, as the direct object.

    And they laded their asses with the corn.
    --Gen. xlii. 26.

  2. To throw in or out, with a ladle or dipper; to dip; as, to lade water out of a tub, or into a cistern.

    And chides the sea that sunders him from thence, Saying, he'll lade it dry to have his way.
    --Shak.

  3. (Plate Glass Manuf.) To transfer (the molten glass) from the pot to the forming table.

Laded

Lade \Lade\ (l[=a]d), v. t. [imp. Laded; p. p. Laded, Laden (l[=a]d'n); p. pr. & vb. n. Lading.] [AS. hladan to heap, load, draw (water); akin to D. & G. laden to load, OHG. hladan, ladan, Icel. hla[eth]a, Sw. ladda, Dan. lade, Goth. afhla[thorn]an. Cf. Load, Ladle, Lathe for turning, Last a load.]

  1. To load; to put a burden or freight on or in; -- generally followed by that which receives the load, as the direct object.

    And they laded their asses with the corn.
    --Gen. xlii. 26.

  2. To throw in or out, with a ladle or dipper; to dip; as, to lade water out of a tub, or into a cistern.

    And chides the sea that sunders him from thence, Saying, he'll lade it dry to have his way.
    --Shak.

  3. (Plate Glass Manuf.) To transfer (the molten glass) from the pot to the forming table.

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laded

vb. (en-past of: lade)

Usage examples of "laded".

Then they brake open a great chest with double locks and bolts, wherein was layd all the treasure of Milo, and ransackt the same : which when they had done they packed it up and gave every man a portion to carry : but when they had more than they could beare away, yet were they loth to leave any behind, but came into the stable, and took us two poore asses and my horse, and laded us with greater trusses than wee were able to beare.

Not long after, the theeves laded us againe, but especially me, and brought us forth of the stable, and when wee had gone a good part of our journey what with the long way, my great burthen, the beating of staves, and my worne hooves, I was so weary that I could scantly go.

By and by the Horsekeeper, to whom the charge of me was committed, brought forth all his substance, and laded me and other Horses withall, and so departed thence : we bare women, children, pullets, sparrowes, kiddes, whelpes, and other things which were not able to keepe pace with us, and that which I bare upon my backe, although it was a mighty burthen, yet seemed it very light because I was driven away from him that most terribly had appointed to kill me.

So they laded me againe, driving me before them with their naked swords, till they came to a noble City: where the principall Patrone bearing high reverence unto the goddesse, Came in great devotion before us with Tympany, Cymbals, and other instruments, and received her, and all our company with much sacrifice and veneration.

I taking each thing in good part, disproved their mad presumption, by my meeke and gentle behaviour: when I was thus delivered from this double danger, the next day I was laded againe with the goddesse Siria, and other trumpery, and was brought into the way with Trumpets and Cymbals to beg in the villages which we passed by according to our custome.

This Gardener accustomed to drive me, every morning laded with hearbes to the next Village, and when he had sold his hearbes, hee would mount upon my backe and returne to the Garden, and while he digged the ground and watered the hearbes, and went about other businesse, I did nothing but repose my selfe with great ease, but when Winter approached with sharpe haile, raine and frosts, and I standing under a hedge side, was welnigh killed up with cold, and my master was so poore that he had no lodging for himselfe, much lesse had he any littor or place to cover me withall, for he himselfe alwayes lay under a little roofe shadowed with boughes.

This honest man to recompence our entertainment, promised to give my master some corne, oyle, and two bottels of wine : wherefore my master not delaying the matter, laded me with sackes and bottels, and rode to the Towne which was seaven miles off.

The party sent ashore returned at night having seen no person or habitation, having laded the boat with juniper wood.

In order that such may be prevented, we order that when any such fleet shall be sent, no person, of whatever rank or condition he be, shall lade or allow to be laded in it any of the aforesaid goods, under penalty of losing his life and of the confiscation of his property.