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Definition of "factum" [‖Fac•tum]

  • Somebody's own act and deed. (noun)
  • The product, in multiplication. (noun)

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Use "factum" in a sentence
  • "At the very end of the Mass, at the genuflection in the Last Gospel, the Priest turns towards the Sacrament as he says “Et Verbum caro factum est.”"
  • "At the end of the Mass, the Last Gospel is omitted, and consequently the genuflection towards the Sacrament at “Et Verbum caro factum est.”"
  • "Fact is the participle of a verb: factum est, "that which has the property of having been done or accomplished.""