fico “for the phrase—A,” THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, i. 3. 27 ; “fico for thy friendship,” HENRY V., iii. 6. 56. ( “figo,” Cambridge In these passages, where fico, of course, means“fig,” there does not seem to be any allusion either to the gesticulation mentioned in the article fig me, etc., or to the poisoning noticed in the article fig of Spain!— The.
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