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fasti definition

  • noun:
    • The diary in Ancient Rome, which gave the days for festivals, process of law, etc., corresponding to a contemporary almanac.
    • files or registers of important occasions.
    • The schedule in Ancient Rome, which gave the days for celebrations, courts, etc., corresponding to today's almanac.
    • Records or registers of essential occasions.
    • The calendar in Ancient Rome, which gave the occasions for celebrations, process of law, etc., corresponding to a modern almanac.
    • documents or registers of crucial occasions.
  • noun-plural:
    • The Roman diary, which offered the times for festivals, process of law, etc., corresponding to today's almanac.
    • Records or registers of crucial events.
    • The Roman diary, which gave the occasions for festivals, process of law, etc., corresponding to a modern almanac.
    • registers or registers of important activities.
    • The Roman diary, which offered the times for celebrations, process of law, etc., corresponding to a modern almanac.
    • Records or registers of essential events.
  • others:
    • In Roman record, a register of times.
    • For this reason — 2. Annals, chronicles, or historical files overall.
    • In Roman history, a register of days.
    • therefore — 2. Annals, chronicles, or historic files in general.
    • In Roman record, a register of times.
    • ergo — 2. Annals, chronicles, or historic files generally.
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