Among the Lombards, etc., a marriage contract; a will. (noun)
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Use "fabula" in a sentence
""fabula" by the way, is a Polish word meaning, roughly, the plot or narrative of a story."
"One technique, called "fabula," or "fable," allowed Mr. Sundberg to apply commercially sold decals to a sub-layer of glass, which he then covered with irregular layers of transparent glass; the result was an accretion of odd, watery images that referenced everything from flowers to sexuality."
"It comes from the Latin fabula, meaning story or fable, and generally connotes something that is so grand as to seem mythical or legendary."