Definition of allide in English:

allide

verb

Maritime Law
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  • no object To hit against something. Now Maritime Law: (of a vessel) to collide with another which is stationary, or with a static object or structure.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in Nathan Bailey (d. 1742), lexicographer and schoolmaster. From classical Latin allīdere to dash or strike (against), to be shipwrecked from al-, variant of ad- + laedere to hurt, injure.

Pronunciation

allide

/əˈlʌɪd/