noun, plural Fons, (especially collectively) Fon for 1.
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He set a roof over the precious spot, and so this spring became the fons et origo of modern Harrogate.Motor tours in Yorkshire|Mrs. Rodolph Stawell
“A wheel of domesticity all around I should judge,” laughed Fons.
Darwin, who is really the fons et origo of the present agitation, is hardly more than a name to the outer world.Modern Leaders: Being a Series of Biographical Sketches|Justin McCarthy
The difference only rests on the question whether vitalized or non-vitalized matter is the fons et origo mali.
Laurens opened his eyes still wider instead of shutting them, for Fons began to show off at once.