Adress has no English definition. It can be misspelled.
A description of the location of a person or organization, as written or printed on mail as directions for delivery. The location at which a particular organization or person may be found or reached.
From Middle English adressen (“to raise erect, adorn”), from Old French adrecier (“to straighten, address”) (modern French adresser), from a- (Latin ad (“to”)) + drecier (modern French dresser (“to straighten, arrange”)) < Vulgar Latin *dīrectiō, from Latin dīrectus (“straight or right”), from the verb dīrigō, itself from regō (“to govern, to rule”).
address (plural addresses)
address (third-person singular simple present addresses, present participle addressing, simple past and past participle addressed or (obsolete) addrest)