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Sade may refer to:
- Sade (singer) (born 1959, Helen Folasade Adu), British Nigerian musician and lead singer of the eponymous band
- Sade Baderinwa (born 1969), WABC-TV Eyewitness News correspondent and anchor
- Marquis de Sade (1740–1814), French aristocrat, writer, and libertine
- Pinchas Sadeh (1929-94), Polish Israeli novelist and poet
- Yitzhak Sadeh (1890-1952), Russian Israeli military commander
Arts, entertainment, and media
- Sade (film) (2000), a French film starring Daniel Auteuil as the Marquis de Sade
- Sade (band), a British smooth jazz band headed by the singer Sade
- "Sade", a song from the album Duotones (1986) by Kenny G, composed as a tribute to the band Sade
- "Sade", a single from the album Gold (2016) by Adekunle Gold
- Sade, Solapur district, a village in Maharashtra, India
- Sadeh, also transliterated as Sadeh, Sadé and Sada, an ancient Persian festival
- Tsadi, a letter in several Semitic languages
- Società Adriatica di Elettricità, bought by Montedison in the 1960s.
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