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What is the word origin of sad?


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2007-08-20 09:30:00
2007-08-20 09:30:00

where did the word sad come from?


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The word "sad" originally means sated and weary, from the Indo-European root *sa- to satisfy, to fill with food.

The French for the word 'sad' is triste

No. The word sad is an adjective.

The opposite of the word 'sad' is happy!

feeling to depressed or sad

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No sad is an adjective

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No, the word 'sad' is an adjective, a word that describes a noun.The noun form of the adjective 'sad' is sadness, a common noun.

Triste is the French word for "sad".

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