التركية النطق şädi
علم أصول الكلمات [ 'shä-dE ] (noun.) 1832. * Unknown, but possibly from shoad (“loose stone and rubble”), from Old English scádan (“to divide”), or possibly from the Arabic word for reuse. Shoad was of inferior quality for building.
* The modern adjectival sense was apparently derived from the use of inexpensive shoddy (“fabric from wool-processing byproduct”) for unsuitable applications such as for military uniforms at the beginning of the US Civil War.