tsade

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tsa·de

 (tsä′də, -dē)
n.
Variant of sadhe.
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tsade

(ˈtsɑːdiː; ˈsɑː-; Hebrew ˈtsadi)
n
(Letters of the Alphabet (Foreign)) a variant spelling of sadhe
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She cited Yehuda Romano, a 14th-century Hebrew scholar from Italy, who translated Maimonides' use of the word "hararah" (a type of flatbread) in the Mishneh Torah with four simple Hebrew letters: peh, yud, tzadi and heh, or "pizza," arguably the very first time the word was ever used in any language.
The tzadi from the name Zeboiim may be switched for a zayin, much like we find in the Sodom story itself, where tzaaka and zaaka are used interchangeably.
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