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See also: Fantasia and fantasía

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NounEdit

fantasia (plural fantasias)

  1. (music) An unstructured orchestral composition.
  2. Any unstructured work.
    • 1899, Israel Zangwill, "They that Walk in Darkness": Ghetto Tragedies (page 289)
      When, at the head-centre, the lady demonstrator, armed with a Brobdingnagian whalebone needle, threaded with a bright red cord, executed herringboned fantasias on a canvas frame resembling a violin stand, it all looked easy enough.
    • 2003, Kevin L. O'Brien, Strange Stars & Alien Shadows (page 39)
      Her art is always with her, clothing her from throat to toes in an indelible fantasia of color and form and myth.
  3. A traditional festival with exhibitions of horsemanship among the Maghrebi Berbers.

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fantasia f (plural fantasies)

  1. fantasy

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FinnishEdit

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fantasia

  1. fantasy

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of fantasia (Kotus type 12/kulkija, no gradation)
nominative fantasia fantasiat
genitive fantasian fantasioiden
fantasioitten
partitive fantasiaa fantasioita
illative fantasiaan fantasioihin
singular plural
nominative fantasia fantasiat
accusative nom. fantasia fantasiat
gen. fantasian
genitive fantasian fantasioiden
fantasioitten
fantasiainrare
partitive fantasiaa fantasioita
inessive fantasiassa fantasioissa
elative fantasiasta fantasioista
illative fantasiaan fantasioihin
adessive fantasialla fantasioilla
ablative fantasialta fantasioilta
allative fantasialle fantasioille
essive fantasiana fantasioina
translative fantasiaksi fantasioiksi
instructive fantasioin
abessive fantasiatta fantasioitta
comitative fantasioineen

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EtymologyEdit

Latin phantasia from Greek φαντασία

NounEdit

fantasia f (plural fantasie)

  1. imagination, fantasy, whim, fancy
  2. pattern

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PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

fantasia f (genitive fantasiae); first declension

  1. Alternative form of phantasia

InflectionEdit

First declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative fantasia fantasiae
genitive fantasiae fantasiārum
dative fantasiae fantasiīs
accusative fantasiam fantasiās
ablative fantasiā fantasiīs
vocative fantasia fantasiae

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NounEdit

fantasia f (plural fantasias)

  1. fantasy (imagining)
  2. (literature) fantasy (literary genre)
  3. costume (outfit or a disguise worn as fancy dress)

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SwahiliEdit

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fantasia (n class, plural fantasia)

  1. fantasy (literary genre)