Ade, Adé, or ADE may refer to:

In aeronautics:

  • Ada Air's ICAO code
  • Aden International Airport's IATA code
  • Aeronautical Development Establishment, a laboratory of the DRDO in India

In geography:

  • Adé, Chad, a city in Chad
  • Adé, Hautes-Pyrénées, a commune in France
  • Ade, Indiana, an unincorporated place in the United States

In other uses:

  • Acoustic droplet ejection
  • Ade (drink suffix)
  • ADE classification, a mathematics classification
  • Amsterdam dance event, an electronic music conference and club festival
  • Adenine, one of the four nucleobases in the nucleic acid of RNA and DNA
  • Adobe Digital Editions
  • Adverse Drug Event
  • Antibody-dependent enhancement
  • Application Development Environment
  • Arizona Department of Education
  • Atlantis Diesel Engines

In people:

  • Ade (given name)
  • Ade (surname)

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