Definition of Fecit

1. (on art works) made by a nominated person (no inflections) [Latin]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fecit

feceated
feceates
feceating
fecht
fechter
fechters
fechting
fechts
fecial
fecials
fecit (current term)
fecked
fecking
feckless
fecklessly
fecklessness
fecklessnesses
feckly
fecks
feculae
feculas
feculence
feculences

Literary usage of Fecit

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1. Introduction to the Study of Latin Inscriptions by James Chidester Egbert (1896)
"FF fecerunt or fecit ? FF fecit féliciter ? ... or patri merenti fecerunt FP'P fecit pro pietate F'P'P filia i>atri ..."

2. Le Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and His Noble by Thomas Malory, Edward Strachey, William Caxton (1901)
"... the yere of our lord M/CCCC/lxxx/V/ Caxton me fieri fecit.'/ WYNKYN DE WORDE, 1498. ... Caxton me fieri fecit.' HARLEIAN CATALOGUE. ..."

3. Venice: Its Individual Growth from the Earliest Beginnings to the Fall of by Pompeo Molmenti, Horatio Forbes Brown (1906)
"... insimul cum Marina uxore / sua fecit ad Dominicum ... Est documen/tum quod fecit Johannes filius ... quae / est breviarium quod fecit Petrus ..."

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