Definition of "fabula" [fabula]

  • In old law: A covenant or contract. (noun)
  • Among the Lombards, etc., a marriage contract; a will. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

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."