early 15c [implied in curve], intransitive, “have or assume a curve form,” from Latin curves “crooked, bent” and curvature “to bend” both from PIE root *sker- “to turn, bend.” Transitive sense of cause took shape (as a Verb in 1660s; a Noun in 1690s, and an Adj. curvaceous in 1936 ~
Magic lives in curves, not angles.
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Sun, cloud, building, entrance, sign, shadow behind statue=6