Sotadean

So`ta`de´an


a.1.Sotadic.
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Webster's Third offers two adjectivations of his name, Sotadean and Sotadic; the latter seems more popular with modern palindromists, possibly because it is easier to palindromize, as in the following mini-story which is related by its three main characters--Eli, Eb and religious salvation fanatic Ida, who often seems to be on another page:
In formal terms the protagonist in the Iolaus fragment and the cinaedus in the Petronius passage utter Sotadean verses in an almost identical way, creating a comic effect by contrast with the narrative frame (p.
West has described it as Sotadean, which agrees with Athanasius' remarks in the |First Oration' and elsewhere.