As adjectives the difference between alate and alated
is that alate
is (entomology|botany) having winglike extensions or parts; winged while alated
As a noun alate
is a winged, reproductive form of several social insects.
As an adverb alate
is (archaic) recently; lately; of late.
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From (etyl) .
(entomology, botany) Having winglike extensions or parts; winged.
A winged, reproductive form of several social insects.
(archaic) recently; lately; of late.
- There hath been alate such tales spread abroad. — Latimer.