noun, plural ca·dis.
- cadet cloth,
- cadillac, antoine de la mothe,
- cadmean victory
or ca·di, ka·di
noun, plural qa·dis.
Origin of qadi
Examples from the Web for cadi
The Cadi, though feeling his dignity offended, was obliged to put a good face on the matter.The Arab's Pledge|Edward L. Mitford
She complied, and the cadi besought her to lay her hands on his head, that he might have hopes of his wound being healed.The Exemplary Novels of Cervantes|Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
The man immediately went and laid his complaint before the Cadi, who ordered the banker to be brought before him.The Thistle and the Cedar of Lebanon|Habeeb Risk Allah
Impressed, the Cadi dismissed him, and would have laden him with silver, but the Dervish refused and went his rhapsodical way.Dreamers of the Ghetto|I. Zangwill
But the cadi goes off full of dignity to prayers in the mosque.The Complete Opera Book|Gustav Kobb