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The youngest, Fata, only 12, danced around and pretended to be singing traditional songs from our ethnic tribal group, the Kpelle.
Upon this Queen Morgana's cheeks grew very red, and her eyes shone like sparks of fire.
Then Queen Morgana gave him her hand, and he kneeled, and took her jewelled fingers in his and set her hand to his lips.
But Nature, as if to take away the reproach of permitting such a vast blotch on her fair face, kindly threw in Fata Morgana.Hesperothen; Notes from the West, Vol. II (of 2)|W. H. Russell
This "Fata Morgana" was not merely interesting in itself, but also gave reason to indulge in the hope of a favourable wind.Narrative of the Circumnavigation of the Globe by the Austrian Frigate Novara, Volume I|Karl Ritter von Scherzer
They are called fes or fetes (Latin fata), and sometimes fions, which reminds us of the fions of Scottish and Irish folk-lore.Legends & Romances of Brittany|Lewis Spence