MEANING: noun: A heavy flatiron pointed at both ends and having a detachable handle.

ETYMOLOGY: From sad (obsolete senses of the word: heavy, solid) + iron. Earliest documented use: 1759.

SADION - an unhappy charged atom (sometimes molecule)

SADILON - what you put on your horse before you jump on and ride away

SANDIRON - a Trappist golf club

SADICON - (1) a conference of people who like to hurt others; (2) see title, above