|Author:||Martina KRITAS (guest, 18.104.22.168)|
|Date:||August 16, 2004 at 7:49:41 PM|
|Reply to:||A question for Latin experts concerning FABIAN by Andy|
I found the meaning of "Fabian", but not "Fabius".
Yes, Fabian does have something to do with beans:
Meaning: Bean Grower
* By the way - there might be a chance that there is some Greek origin somewhere, because there is a type of Greek food called "Fava" in Greek, but probably spelt "Faba" in English or if translated into English. Thsi is a type of bean mash.
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