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From Portuguese fado (“fate”), from Latin fatum.
Portuguese from Latin fātum fate fate
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
And if you want to do well outside Portugal, it's better to be singing fado.
Ligia Roque is an actress, theater director and accomplished singer of fado, often called the Portuguese blues.
If you love wearing rings and bracelets with intricate Celtic patterns, you'll want to take a look at the unique designs of Fado Celtic jewelry.
Fado's superior selection of handcrafted jewelry includes options for both women and men - everything from crosses to tie-tacks.
Fado is based in Ireland, and the company's jewelry designers draw their inspiration from the rich Irish history as well as the country's lush and beautiful land.
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