noun, plural fac·ta [fak-tuh] /ˈfæk tə/.
- facts of life,
- facultative anaerobe
Origin of factum
Examples from the Web for factum
Quod non fieri debuit, was their just and common-sense point, factum valet.Henry VIII.|A. F. Pollard
Some points of preliminary theory are henceforth settled, in all that concerns the interpretation of this factum.Essays on the Materialistic Conception of History|Antonio Labriola
Phantasma enim est sentiendi actus; neque differt a sensione, aliter quam fieri differt a factum esse.
The Factum alluded to was a controversial pamphlet "written and published against the Jesuits."
Factum abiit; monumenta manent—The event 20 is an affair of the past; the memorial of it is still with us.