Origin of pasquinadeFrench from Italian pasquinata, after Pasquino, classical statue in Rome to which it was the custom in the 16th circa to attach satirical verses
transitive verb-·ad′ed, -·ad′ing
transitive verbpas·qui·nad·ed, pas·qui·nad·ing, pas·qui·nades
Origin of pasquinadeFrench from Italian pasquinata after Pasquino , nickname given to a statue in Rome, Italy, on which lampoons were posted
- A lampoon, originally as published in public; a satire or libel on someone.
(third-person singular simple present pasquinades, present participle pasquinading, simple past and past participle pasquinaded)
- To satirize (someone) by using a pasquinade.