from Latin facētus graceful, pleasing, witty
(for definition 2)
From: The Phenix:
Or, A Revival of Scarce and Valuable Pieces from the Remotest Antiquity
down to the Present Times
Edited by John Dunton, 1707
Or, Observations on the Late Queen Elizabeth, Her Times and Favourites.
By Sir Robert Naunton, Master of the Court of Wards.