Definition of ablude in English:

ablude

verb

rare
  • no object To differ, be out of keeping. Usually with from.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Edmund Bolton (?1575/5–?1634), antiquary and historian. From classical Latin ablūdere to differ from, fall short of from ab- + lūdere to play.

Pronunciation:

ablude

/əˈbluːd/