[fa-seen, fuh-] /fæˈsin, fə-/
a long bundle of sticks bound together, used in building earthworks and batteries and in strengthening ramparts.
a bundle of long sticks used for filling in ditches and in the construction of embankments, roads, fortifications, etc
noun An interesting, difficult, or unusual disease or condition [1970s+ Medical; fr fascinating plus -oma, the suffix used to form the names of tumors]
adj. 1660s, “caused by witchcraft,” from Latin fascinum “charm, enchantment, witchcraft” (see fascinate) + -ous.
fascio- pref. Fascia: fasciotomy.
fasciodesis fas·ci·od·e·sis (fāsh’ē-ŏd’ĭ-sĭs, fās’-) n. Surgical attachment of fascia to another or to a tendon.