Definición de fabliau en inglés:

fabliau

Saltos de línea: fab|liau
Pronunciación: /ˈfablɪəʊ
 
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sustantivo (plural fabliaux /-əʊz/)

A metrical tale, typically a bawdily humorous one, of a type found chiefly in early French poetry: one may dispute that the French fabliaux are pornographic [as modifier]: a distinctive feature of fabliau language
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • ‘The Reeve's Tale’ is a fabliau about two clerks who are robbed by a miller of some of the meal which they take to his mill to be ground, and who take their vengeance by sleeping with the miller's wife and daughter.
  • Peasants form a large part in the parody and satire of medieval Europe from the fabliaux to plays.
  • They tell tales ranging from courtly romances full of gallant knights and maidens-in-distress to rude fabliaux telling of the perils of drink, fighting and lust!

Origen

from Old French (Picard dialect) fabliaux, plural of fablel 'short fable', diminutive of fable.

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noun
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