fascio

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin fascis or fascia.

Noun[edit]

fascio m (plural fasci)

  1. bundle (of wood)
  2. sheaf (of hay)
  3. bunch (of flowers)
  4. beam (of light)
  5. fasces (especially in plural)
  6. fascism
  7. (slang) a fascist
  8. (mathematics) sheaf
  9. (anatomy) fasciculus, bundle

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Post-Classical. From fascia.

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Verb[edit]

present active fasciō, present infinitive fasciāre, perfect active fasciāvī, supine fasciātum

  1. (rare) I envelop with bands, swathe.

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