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Definition of Facetiae

Facetiae
Facetiae Fa*ce"ti*[ae], n. pl. [L., fr. facetus. See Facete.] Witty or humorous writings or saying; witticisms; merry conceits.

Meaning of Facetiae from wikipedia

- The Facetiae is an anthology of jokes by Poggio Bracciolini (1380–1459), first published in 1470. It was the first printed joke book. The collection, "the...
- The Pearl: A Magazine of Facetiae and Voluptuous Reading was a **** monthly magazine issued in London during the mid-Victorian period by William...
- trade, **** works are often listed under "curiosa", "erotica" or "facetiae". A distinction is often made between erotica and **** (as well...
- B.J. (translator), The Facetiae of Giovanni Francesco Poggio Braccioline, London 1968. Lisieux, I. (publisher), The Facetiae or Jocose Tales of Poggio...
- prostitute while the man wears feminine attire. The Pearl, A Journal of Facetiae and Voluptuous Reading (1879–1880), a Victorian **** magazine,...
- The Boudoir: a magazine of scandal, facetiae etc. was an erotic magazine published in London in the 1880s by William Lazenby, a continuation of The Pearl...
- highbrow interests of the po****ce. One early anthology of jokes was the Facetiae by the Italian Poggio Bracciolini, first published in 1470. The po****rity...
- earliest printed edition of the melody appears to be in a parody, in the 1829 Facetiae of William Hone. It had been traditional and ****ociated with the carol...
- cl****ic of Italian erotica is a series of bawdy folk tales called the Facetiae by Gian Francesco Poggio Bracciolini. The Tale of Two Lovers (Latin: Historia...
- (1470) Nonius, De compendiosa doctrina (editio princeps, 1470) Poggio, Facetiae (1470/1471) Varro, De lingua latina (editio princeps, 1471/1472) Johannes...
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