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Wordorigins.org Discussion Forums | A Way With Words Radio Show ...
12 posts - 8 authors - Last post: Nov 20, 2007But on the show page at KPBS it has the following:. A Way with Words is on summer holiday – but we’re not off the air! ...
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Wordorigins.org Discussion Forums | OED: Asterisk symbol used in ...
2 posts - 2 authors - Last post: Sep 12, 2008This has been bothering me for some time, as in the OED Symbols guide there is no asterisk entry under Quotations (there is one in ...
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Wordorigins.org Discussion Forums | candle eater?
8 posts - 7 authors - Last post: Mar 16, 2008Eating candles is something people do when starving. ... Could the “candle-eater” line refer to this eating of wax? ...
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Wordorigins.org Discussion Forums | beat the tar
6 posts - 5 authors - Last post: 4 days agoTar wasn’t used for stuffing, but it was widely used for waterproofing - tarpaulin (tarred canvas) of course; the rope rigging of ships; ...
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The word for father, for example, is vater in German, pater in Latin, .... route of introduction for many native American words into the English language. ...
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Wordorigins.org Discussion Forums | Nappy hair
8 posts - 5 authors - Last post: Oct 7, 2008The Jamaican word “natty” means knotty, most often applied to dreadlocks. I dont think it is almost opposite in meaning to “nappy”, ...
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In the word mortgage, the mort- is from the Latin word for death and -gage is from the sense of that word meaning a pledge to forfeit something of value if ...
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Wordorigins.org Discussion Forums | Caption
9 posts - 7 authors - Last post: Jul 12, 2008Cutlines (at newspapers and some magazines) are the words (under the caption, if there is one) describing the photograph or illustration. ...
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Both terms mean someone skilled in cheating at cards, but card sharp is the older of the two, ... We ain’t takin’ this step to make a card sharp out of him. ...
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Both terms mean someone skilled in cheating at cards, but card sharp is the older of the two, ... We ain’t takin’ this step to make a card sharp out of him. ...
 
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