Definitions for facetiaefəˈsi ʃiˌi

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

fa•ce•ti•aefəˈsi ʃiˌi(n.pl.)

  1. amusing or witty remarks or writings.

Origin of facetiae:

1520–30; < L, pl. of facētia, der. of facētus clever, witty. See -ia

Wiktionary

  1. facetiae(Noun)

    Witty or amusing writings or remarks.

  2. Origin: Originated 1520–30 from Latin facētiae, plural of facētia (jest); see facete+-ia and facetious.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Facetiae

    witty or humorous writings or saying; witticisms; merry conceits

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