noun plural Etymology: Late Latin, neuter plural of realis real Date: 1937 objects or activities used to relate classroom teaching to the real life especially of peoples studied

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  • realia — 1952, neuter plural of L.L. realis actual, real (see REAL (Cf. real) (adj.)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • realia — [rē ā′lē ə, rē al′ē ə] n. [LL, neut. pl. of realis, real] real things, as the objects associated with everyday life in a culture, esp. as distinguished from theories based on such things …   English World dictionary

  • realia — blp, D. realialiów «rzeczy realne, realnie istniejące, konkretne; w dziele literackim, artystycznym: elementy tła historycznego, społecznego, obyczajowego itp.» Realia starożytności. Realia obyczajowe w utworze literackim. ‹n. łac. ze śrdwłc.› …   Słownik języka polskiego

  • realia — /ree ay lee euh, al ee euh, ray ah lee euh/, 1. Educ. objects, as coins, tools, etc., used by a teacher to illustrate everyday living. 2. Philos. things that are real. [1945 50; < LL realia real (things), neut. pl. of REALIS; see REAL1] * * …   Universalium

  • realia —    Material culture, or objects from real life, in contrast to those objects typically included in a collection. A piece of realia draws attention either because it is a common example of its kind as an exemplum rather than as an exemplar or… …   Glossary of Art Terms

  • realia — noun Objects from real life or from the real world, as opposed to theoretical constructs or fabricated examples; especially, such objects used as instructional or classroom aids …   Wiktionary

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