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n. The duty of directing a ship, usually used with the verb ''to have'' or '' to take'' and accompanied by the article "the." vb. (context rare English) To direct a ship.

Conde, SD -- U.S. city in South Dakota
Population (2000): 187
Housing Units (2000): 119
Land area (2000): 0.561114 sq. miles (1.453278 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.561114 sq. miles (1.453278 sq. km)
FIPS code: 13700
Located within: South Dakota (SD), FIPS 46
Location: 45.156702 N, 98.098519 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Conde, SD

Condé may refer to:


Conde is the Ibero-Romance form of "count" (Latin comitatus). It may refer to:

  • Counts in Iberia
  • List of countships in Portugal
  • Patricia Conde, Spanish actress
  • Patricia Conde (Mexican actress)
Conde (surname)

Conde, Condé, Condeh or Kondeh is a common surname among the Mandinka people of West Africa, and may refer to:

  • Alpha Condé, Guinean politician
  • Ibrahim Jaffa Condeh, Sierra Leonean journalist and president of the Sierra Leone journalist association
  • Mamady Condé, Former Guinean foreign minister
  • Sona Tata Condé, Guinean musician

Category:Surnames of African origin

Usage examples of "conde".

Despite the numerous and well-armed guards, Don Humberto would not hear of his guest departing with less than a full squad of his own lancer-bodyguards, a quartet of servants, and a fully equipped and provided pack train to afford the estimable Conde Maylo de Morre security and civilized comforts on the long trek over the mountains.

Chateau de Chantilly, once the seat of the grand Conde, head of the Bourbon-Conde dynasty, looted and brought to ruin by the mob in the first violent rush of the Revolution.

Conde, which, however, upon Anglo-Saxon tongues, had been promptly modified to Condy, or even, among his familiar and intimate friends, to Conny.

A weed in the fairest orchard of France, Thady Boy had been placed, with a malice both deadly and deliberate, next to the curled and painted, the earringed, the chypre-strewn young person of Louis first Prince of Conde.

In some places, like the estates of the Prince de Conde near Chantilly, villagers simply ignored the game laws and hunted at will.

The Prince de Conde soon afterwards, he said, called me to Mulheim, and knowing the connections I had had in France, proposed that I should sound General Pichegru, whose headquarters were at Altkirch, where he then was, surrounded by four representatives of the Convention.

Prince of Conde, dropping on to the balcony opposite, met a screeching beldame, bald as an egg, the ollave ripped the cloth free and flung it into the street.

Soon Il Conde dozed off, and the knight took advantage of this opportunity to make his approach to La Contessa.

As it was obvious that the seventh was soon to follow his predecessors, it did not take great insight to see that she had her own motives in accompanying Il Conde to Prygg, which focused about the nonagenarian figure of Prince Roman, the extravagantly wealthy cousin of the King of Pryggia.

And with that he turned and sprang over to the side of Il Conde, hand outstretched again.

Il Conde brought forth his purse with a trembling hand, veined and liver-spotted with age.

Il Conde at the loss of his prized Ruiz that he wielded his cane with a maddened frenzy that should soon have maimed any but the greatest of swordsmen.

Sure Enough, Where Had Seemed to Stand a Gibbet From Which Depended a Rope, Stand Instead, Il Conde and La Contessa.

Il Conde Bludgeons Several More With His Cane, Feverishly Searching For Rare Coins.

While rocks crashed about them, throwing off knife-sharp splinters, and arrows hummed their deadly song, while horses and mules and men screamed, whips cracked and the confusion of those in authority was reflected in their torrent of often-contradictory orders, Don Ramon caught a glimpse of Conde Maylo.