English Online Dictionary. What means kate? What does kate mean?
- IPA(key): /keɪt/
- Rhymes: -eɪt
kate (plural kates)
- (Britain, dialect, Kent) The brambling finch, Fringilla montifringilla.
- keta, take, teak
From older katea, with the final -a reinterpreted as being the definite article, from Proto-Basque *katena, from Latin catēna.
- IPA(key): /kate/, [ka.t̪e̞]
- chain (series of interconnected rings or links usually made of metal)
- IPA(key): [ˈkatɛ]
- vocative singular of kat
From kattaa + -e.
- IPA(key): /ˈkɑteˣ/, [ˈkɑt̪e̞(ʔ)]
- Rhymes: -ɑte
- Syllabification: ka‧te
- covering, roofing
- (finance) funds (of a check), backing (of a banknote)
- (finance) contribution margin, coverage, margin
- (figuratively) reliability, trustworthiness (e.g. of a promise)
- place setting
- (covering, roofing): peite
- (place setting): kattamus
- adjectives: katteeton
- ekat, keat, teak
- IPA(key): [kɐˈtʲɛ]
- instrumental singular of katė
- IPA(key): [ˈkaːtʲɛ]
- vocative singular of katė
- locative singular masculine/neuter of kata, which is past participle of karoti (“to do”)
- accusative plural masculine of kata, which is past participle of karoti (“to do”)
- vocative singular feminine of kata, which is past participle of karoti (“to do”)
- dative singular of kat