Sade

Sade

[sahd, sad; French sad]
noun
Donatien Alphonse François [daw-na-syan al-fawns frahn-swa] , Comte de (Marquis de Sade) 1740–1814, French soldier and novelist, notorious for his paraphilia.
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Sade (sɑːd)
 
n
Comte Donatien Alphonse François de (dɔnasjɛ̃ alfɔ̃s frɑ̃swa də), known as the Marquis de Sade. 1740--1814, French soldier and writer, whose exposition of sexual perversion gave rise to the term sadism

sadhe, sade or tsade (ˈsɑːdiː, ˈtsɑːdiː, Hebrew ˈtsadiː, ˈsɑːdiː, ˈtsɑːdiː, Hebrew ˈtsadiː, ˈsɑːdiː, ˈtsɑːdiː, Hebrew ˈtsadiː)
 
n
the 18th letter in the Hebrew alphabet (צ or, at the end of a word ץ), transliterated as s or ts and pronounced more or less like English s or ts with pharyngeal articulation
 
sade, sade or tsade
 
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tsade, sade or tsade
 
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