Re: Greekisms in Spanish
|From:||Brian Betty <bbetty@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, February 18, 1999, 16:59|
On 2-17-99, Pablo Flores wrote: "'fascis' 'a lot of plant stems tied
together" (what's the English word?)"
The English word for those are 'fasces,' a borrowing of the Latin
terminology. If you are referring to a more colloquial term, you may be
thinking of 'sheaf,' but that only means "wheat tops tied together,' as in
a Roman statue of Ceres.
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