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 that you're having a fine day, To the best of my knowledge, the use of 'guy' in this androgynous way grew out of the women's liberation movement of the 1960's-1970's. Late night comedians
Hello, I hope that you're having a wonderful week. The word "partner" came to English from the Latin word "partitionem"defined at the time as portion or partition; We next see the word "Partnier"
Hello, I hope you're having a fine weekend! My specialty is etymology; the origin of English words and phrases. However, I do believe that "tempus et nullus speravit" Is the preferred Latin phrase
Hello, I hope that you're having a fine weekend. Please forgive the delayed response. I've been a bit under the weather. I have always thought 'wow' to be onamonapiac, that is ,an imitation of
Hello, I hope you're having a fine week. Originally a eulogy was a formal oration in praise of someone. In more recent usage, it has come to mean 'a speech or piece of writing that praises someone