A female given name; a less common spelling of Maud. (proper-noun)
Examples of word Maude
Almost the entire day did Louis pass in what he termed Maude's library, where, poring over books or busy with his pencil, he whiled the hours away without a sigh for the green fields and shadowy woods, through which he could never hope to ramble.
Maude is also right that elected ministers should not devolve controversial decisions out of squeamishness? although I note the Independent Reconfiguration Panel, set up so health ministers wouldn't have to take flak about merging hospitals in their own or colleagues 'constituencies, stays.
Francis Maude is a mid-ranking hereditary politician, whose dad, Angus, was the mascot of Mrs T's first cabinet; he is perfectly decent, courteously hapless in a nice way, just like dad.
Norman Lear was talking about some of this stuff in Maude and All in the Family.
â€œShe's with The Dude somewhere, man,â€ the Oscar nominee said of what Maude is up to ten years later.