Definition of pesade in English:

pesade

noun

Dressage
  • A movement in which the horse raises its forequarters high and balances on deeply bent hind legs in a stationary position.

Origin

Early 18th century. From French pesade, alteration of † posade from Italian posata stop, pause, rest from posare to stop, pause + -ata.

Pronunciation

pesade

/pəˈzɑːd/