AskDefine | Define facetiae

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Etymology

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

Noun

facetiae
  1. Witty or amusing writings or remarks.

References

  • American Heritage 2000
  • Dictionary.com
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