from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to, or resembling, the lascivious compositions of the Greek poet Sotades.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to Sotades; Sotadean.
- A palindromic verse: so named apparently from some ancient examples of Sotadean verse being palindromic.
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Clazomenae = the buttocks, also a sotadic disease, so called from the Ionian city devoted to Aversa Venus; also used of a pathic, — et tergo femina pube vir est.
Clazomenae = the buttocks, also a sotadic disease, so called from the Ionian city devoted to Aversa Venus; also used of a pathic,
What could induce ZEUS (p. 366.) to call this inscription "sotadic?"
I notice that a correspondent (Vol. vii., p. 336.) describes the Palindrome as being universally _sotadic_.
There was also a club for sotadic debauchery called the Cent Gardes and the Dragons de l’Impératrice. 427 They copied the imperial toilette and kept it in the general wardrobe: hence “faire l’Impératrice” meant to be used carnally.
a sotadic line; and to preserve the strictness of the imitation we should give it the name of Ook-koo. '
There was also a club for sotadic debauchery called the Cent Gardes and the Dragons de l'Impératrice. [
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