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NounEdit

saudade f (plural saudades)

  1. the feeling of missing something or someone
    Synonyms: señardade, soidade

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese soidade, soydade, altered by influence of saudar (to salute), from post-classical Latin solitatem (solitude).

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NounEdit

saudade f (plural saudades)

  1. wistfulness, nostalgia, longing, the feeling of missing something or someone
    sentir saudade de alguémto miss someone
    ter saudades de casato miss home, to feel homesick
    matar saudadesto catch up
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Usage notesEdit

The verb to miss (someone) may be translated as to have (ter), to feel (sentir) or to be with (estar com) saudade. It may be used in the singular or plural indiscriminately.

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Portuguese saudade, from Old Portuguese soydade.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /sauˈdade/, [sau̯ˈðaðe]

NounEdit

saudade f (plural saudades)

  1. the feeling of missing something or someone