sadismi

FinnishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Sade > sad- +‎ -ismi

NounEdit

sadismi

  1. sadism

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of sadismi (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative sadismi
genitive sadismin
partitive sadismia
illative sadismiin
singular plural
nominative sadismi
accusative nom. sadismi
gen. sadismin
genitive sadismin
partitive sadismia
inessive sadismissa
elative sadismista
illative sadismiin
adessive sadismilla
ablative sadismilta
allative sadismille
essive sadismina
translative sadismiksi
instructive
abessive sadismitta
comitative
Possessive forms of sadismi (type risti)
possessor singular plural
1st person sadismini sadismimme
2nd person sadismisi sadisminne
3rd person sadisminsa

IcelandicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From French sadisme. Named after the Marquis de Sade, famed for his libertine writings depicting the pleasure of inflicting pain to others. The word for "sadism" (sadisme) was coined or acknowledged in the 1834 posthumous reprint of French lexicographer Boiste's Dictionnaire universel de la langue française; it is reused along with "sadist" (sadique) in 1862 by French critic Sainte-Beuve in his commentary of Flaubert's novel Salammbô; it is reused (possibly independently) in 1886 by Austrian psychiatrist Krafft-Ebing in Psychopathia Sexualis which popularized it; it is directly reused in 1905 by Freud in Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality which definitively established the word.

NounEdit

sadismi m (genitive singular sadisma, no plural)

  1. sadism
    Synonym: kvalalosti

DeclensionEdit

Related termsEdit

Further readingEdit

  • sadismi in Icelandic dictionaries at ISLEX

ItalianEdit

NounEdit

sadismi m

  1. plural of sadismo