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American, SAMPA: [f{d]

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Singular
Fad

Plural
Fads

Fad (plural Fads)
  1. A phenomenon that becomes popular for a very short time.

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From French fade, from Late Latin *fatidus, a blend of Latin fatuus (foolish) and vapidus (vapid).

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Fad (neuter fad or fadt, definite and plural fade)

  1. (taste) insipid, bland, slightly nauseating
  2. (figuratively) flat, insipid, vapid

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From Old Norse fat (vat, vessel, luggage, clothing).

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Fad n. (singular definite Fadet, plural indefinite Fade)

  1. bassin, bowl, dish
  2. barrel, cask, vat
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  • IPA: [fˠad̪ˠ]

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Fad m.

  1. length

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First declension

Bare forms:

Case Singular Plural
Nominative fad faid
Vocative a fhaid a fhada
Genitive faid fad
Dative fad faid

Forms with the definite article:

Case Singular Plural
Nominative an fad na faid
Genitive an fhaid na bhfad
Dative leis an [[Patrono:Ga eclipsis anad]]

don fhad

leis na faid

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Irish mutation
Radical Lenition Eclipsis
fad fhad bhfad
Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every
possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.

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Fad m.

  1. length

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Fad

  1. all, whole
    A bheil sibh fad an latha ann? - Have you been there all the day?

de:fad et:fad fr:fad hr:fad io:fad kn:fad hu:fad pl:fad ru:fad ta:fad vi:fad vo:fad zh:fad

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