He seeks a bed in the home of a sworn friend—a kunák in their language—named sado.
"Thanks, generous Prince," said sado, kneeling at Nagato's feet.
"By dint of imitating you I have acquired something of your spirit," said sado.
"It is my worthy sado who wins me this popularity," he thought.
Degraded he heard with dismay the sentence of deportation and exile to the far distant island of sado.
A gentle wind of Autumn makes me sado day of storm—No way to speak of it!
The trap-door leading to the subterranean path by which the brave sado was wont to gain admittance to the palace was open.
The 802 sado, which issues into Setubal Bay, is the only important river of this region.
Even outlying islands, such as sado, had their churches and congregations.
Against this box rested the straw sack containing sado's head.