Etymology: The origins of English words and phrases. Anchor/Reporter NBC and CBS Networks. News Director 3 Regional Radio Stations.
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Hello, I hope you are having a fine weekend, You are so right; Most dictionaries provide definitions but are weak on etymology. Barnhart's Dictionary of Etymology is considered an excellent
Hello, I hope you're having a fine week. My specialty is etymology; the origins of English words and phrases but I'll give your Latin word a try. The Latin word 'universus' meaning all
Hello! I hope you are having a fine week, The word 'quality' appears in English in the 14th Century. It stems from the Latin word 'qualitatem' said to be coined by Cicero ( borrowed from Greek)
Hello, I hope you are having a fine weekend. For some reason, your question took a very long time to get to me. I look forward to answering it and apologize for the delay. The word 'cob' meaning
Hello, I hope you're having a fine week, All three expressions; Yours Sincerely, Yours Faithfully and Sincere Regards are all fully acceptable CLOSINGS to a business letter. The