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aquacade (s) (noun), aquacades (pl)
1. An elaborate entertainment spectacle of swimmers and divers, often performing in unison to the accompaniment of music.
2. Etymology: from Latin aqua- + -cade, from Latin cavalcade.

Literally, "a procession on horseback", in the twentieth century, -cade came to be regarded as a suffix and taken to form such words as, motorcade, aquacade, etc.

This entry is located in the following units: -ade (page 1) aqua-, aquatic-, aqui-, aqu-, -aquatically, aque-, -aqueous (page 1)