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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Noun- A wide bright sash worn around the waist by Spaniards and Latin Americans.

Usage examples (15)
  • Fajita is an American Spanish diminutive of faja 'band, strip,' from Latin fascia 'band, bandage,' which is the source of fascism.
  • They make some nice pottery that you will not find in the town of Chamula some ceremonial huipiles and good faja as well as cheapos they sell at the tourists posts.
  • You'll also see traditional braided faja belts throughout.
  • Round his waist he wore the usual Spanish faja or bright red cloth. for more
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