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Definition of Sonde

Sonde
Sond Sond, Sonde Sonde, n. [AS. sand. See Send, v. t.] That which is sent; a message or messenger; hence, also, a visitation of providence; an affliction or trial. [Obs.] Ye have enough, parde, of Goddes sond. --Chaucer.

Meaning of Sonde from wikipedia

- Look up Sonde or sonde in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Sonde (French for probe) may refer to: CTD (instrument), a type of water quality sensor Ionosonde...
- Sonde is either of two Bantu languages of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. **** (2009) classifies Sonde–Kisoonde as closest to Suku, but lists an...
- wind speed and direction information is called a rawinsonde ("radar wind -sonde"). Most radiosondes have radar reflectors and are technically rawinsondes...
- Pont-Sondé is a town in the communal section of Bocozelle in the Saint-Marc commune, in the Artibonite department of Haiti. Pont-Sondé is located on an...
- Look up sondes in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Sondes is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Baron Sondes Earl Sondes George Milles...
- Sonde, also Ssonde, is a settlement in Mukono District, in Uganda's Central Region. Sonde lies in Misindye Parish, Goma Sub-county, Mukono District, approximately...
- Sonde is a music design and performance ensemble based in Montreal. From 1975 to about 1985, Sonde gave hundreds of performances in North America and Europe...
- In medicine, a sound (/saʊnd/), also called a sonde (/sɒnd/), is an instrument for probing and dilating p****ages within the body, the best-known examples...
- Earl Sondes, of Lees Court in the County of Kent, was a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created in 1880 for the former Conservative...
- George Sondes may refer to: George Sondes, 1st Earl of Feversham (1599–1677), politician and peer George Milles, 1st Earl Sondes (1824–1894, politician...