Saadi

Saadi

[sah-dee]
noun
(Muslih ud-Din) 1184?–1291?, Persian poet.
Also, Sadi.
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Saadi (sɑːˈdiː)
 
n
a variant spelling of Sadi

Sadi or Saadi (sɑːˈdiː)
 
n
original name Sheikh Muslih Addin. ?1184--1292, Persian poet. His best-known works are Gulistān (Flower Garden) and Būstān (Tree Garden), long moralistic poems in prose and verse
 
Saadi or Saadi
 
n

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saadi

Persian poet, one of the greatest figures in classical Persian literature.

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