FABRICATE

FABRICATE

To build: to construct
To forge; to devise falsely

SAMUEL JOHNSON
A DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE 1755

CODA

A passage of more or less independent character introduced
after the completion of the essential parts of a movement, so
as to form a more definite and satisfactory conclusion.

THE OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY 1971

MetaLISA

Make metallic in form or appearance; cover with a layer of metal

THE OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY 1971

FLUX

The most simple and primary motion of fire is a flux,
in a direct line from the centre of the fuel to its
circumference.

The state of being melted. That which mingled with a
body makes it melt.

SAMUEL JOHNSON
A DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE 1755

HERMS

A statue of a head and neck or head and shoulders
(often representing Hermes or Mercury) joined to a
shaft proportioned to the same height as a human
body and slightly tapered downwards.

Herms do not have torsos or waists, and are without
arms, but may have spiral-like forms instead of shoulders.

JAMES STEVENS CURL
A DICTIONARY OF ARCHITECTURE 1999