Borrowed from Latin fascia. Compare also Romanian fașă, pronounced almost the same, and Italian fascia.
From Proto-Albanian *(s)paušā, from Proto-Indo-European *pau. Cognate to Greek παῦσις (paῦsis, “stop, ceasing”) from παύω (paúō, “stop, end”), Latin pausāre (“to halt, to rest”).
fashë f (indefinite plural fasha, definite singular fasha, definite plural fashat)
- pause, rest, tranquillity, calm