See also:term, the presentative power of the mind . The word "
See also:fancy " and the older
See also:form " fantasy," which is now chiefly used poetic-ally, was in its early application synonymous with
See also:imagination, the
See also:faculty of creating representations or images of things not
See also:present to the senses; it is more usually, in this sense, applied to the lighter forms of the imagination . " Fancy " also commonly means inclination, whim, caprice . The more learned form phantasy," as also such words as " phantom " and " phantasm," is chiefly confined to visionary imaginings .
FANG (FAN, FANWE, PANWE, PAHOUIN, PAOUEN, MPANGWE)
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