Definition of Fresco
The word cool has two meanings. The first one has to do with temperature and is the term used to determine that the weather is not hot or that something is cold or warm. The second has to do with the gastronomic part, that is, it is something that is new or just out of the oven.
Despite both meanings, the word fresco in countries like Colombia has another connotation and refers to being calm and unconcerned about any overwhelming situation.
SYNONYMS FOR Fresco
ORIGIN OF Fresco
The word fresh in its etymology comes from Low Germanic as frĭskwhich means to be agile, lively or bold.
From there it is suggested that the rest of the connotations of the word fresh come from, as it can also mean that a person is carefree or does not mind doing some work or simply possesses a lazy attitude. “She’s very fresh” (she doesn’t mind helping around the house).
Language experts affirm that the semantic use of words like fresco has to come from the culture of each region in which people made a comparison with its original meaning and adapted it to what they wanted to say or express.
CURIOSITIES OF Fresco
The word fresco, in the artistic field, means a work painted on a very thin surface.
That is, the author can paint a work of art in the middle of a plaster wall, that is known as fresco painting and some examples of history are the famous Sistine Chapel painted by Michelangelo and that still, today, is mentioned and perpetuated by its bright colors and majestic interpretation.