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Etymology 1

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From Old French [Term?].

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salade (plural salades)

  1. Alternative form of sallet, a kind of helmet.

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salade (plural salades)

  1. Obsolete form of salad.
    • a. 1834, Charles Lamb, Curious Fragments extracted from a common-place book, which belonged to Robert Burton [] :
      This morning, May 2, 1662, having first broken my fast upon eggs and cooling salades, mellows, watercresses []

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  • IPA(key): /saːˈlaːdə/
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  • Hyphenation: sa‧la‧de
  • Rhymes: -aːdə

Etymology 1

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Borrowed from Middle French salade, from Italian salata.

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salade f (plural salades, diminutive saladetje n)

  1. salad (a food made primarily of a mixture of raw ingredients, typically vegetables)
  2. (archaic) lettuce
    • 1654 July 8, Jan van Riebeeck, Daghregister, part 1, page 238:
      Bij welcke missive vernemende hare veelvoudige siecken ende grooten noodt om verversinge, lieten datelijck een mande met salade ende 2 goede sacken vol cool gereet maecken, daer se
      den 9en do., fraij labber uijtte N.Westen coelende, 'smorgens vroegh weder mede na boort sonden, nevens 't navolgende briefken, luijdende van woorde te woorde als volcht:
      Learning by means of this missive of their manifold sickpeople and great need for refreshment, [we] immediately let a basket of lettuce and 2 good bags full of cabbage be prepared, so that [we] / sent them along, on the 9th of the same month, [the wind] blowing rather softly from the North West, on board again in the early morning, beside the following letter, reading word by word as follows:
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  • Negerhollands: salae, sala
  • Munsee: shuláash
  • Indonesian: selada
  • Javanese: ꦱꦼꦭꦠ꧀ (selat)

Etymology 2

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From Middle Dutch salade, from Middle French salade, from Old French salade.

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salade f (plural salades)

  1. A sallet, a salade (certain type of round helmet).
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French

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Etymology 1

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From Northern Italian salada, salata (compare insalata), from Vulgar Latin *salāta, from *salō, from Latin saliō, from sal (salt).

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salade f (plural salades)

  1. salad (raw vegetables in general)
  2. salad (a serving of raw vegetables)
  3. (colloquial, in the plural, uncountable) bullshit, nonsense
    raconter des salades
    to talk nonsense
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Etymology 2

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Borrowed from Italian celata, from Latin caelata.

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salade f (plural salades)

  1. (historical) sallet
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Middle English

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Borrowed from Old French salade, from Italian salada, which some forms are directly from.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈsalad(ə)/, /ˈsalat(ə)/, /ˈsaləd(ə)/

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salade (plural saladys)

  1. (Late Middle English, rare) salad (dish made of mixed vegetables)
  2. (Late Middle English, rare) An ingredient in a salad.

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(This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium.)

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salade f (uncountable)

  1. (Jersey) burnet