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  1. The Online Etymology Dictionary
    Dictionary" (second edition), "Barnhart Dictionary of Etymology," Holthausen's " ... Since this dictionary went up, it has benefited from the suggestions of dozens of people ... The brand-new official Online Etymology Dictionary app for China, Taiwa
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  1. Online Etymology Dictionary
    initialism (acronym) for "A Dictionary of American English on Historical Principles," ...
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  1. Online Etymology Dictionary
    " ["Oxford Dictionary of English Folklore"].. fable-monger (n.) also fablemonger, 1670s, ...
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  1. Online Etymology Dictionary
    "Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary," compared to 31 pages for B and more than 36 for F. But ... and with C and S comprises nearly a third of the dictionary, a testimony to the flood of ...
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  1. Adding new dictionaries to aspell - Zimbra :: Tech Center
    Adding new dictionaries to aspell Adding new dictionaries to aspell. KB 1295 Last updated ... How to add a new dictionary to aspell. * Download the dictionary for the language you ... Configure and install the dictionary according to the README:. ./
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  1. Online Etymology Dictionary
    In Old French, many "k" sounds drifted to "ts" and by 13c., "s," but still were written with a -c-. Thus the 1066 invasion brought to the English language a more vigorous use of -k- and a flood of French and Latin words in which -c- represented "s" (
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  1. Online Etymology Dictionary
    If you number an actor or actress among your friends, and desire to retain his or her friendship, there are three things you positively must not do, especially if the actor is of the old school. Do not whistle in the theatre, do not look over his sho
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  1. Online Etymology Dictionary
    supreme god of the ancient Greeks and master of the others, 1706, from Greek, from PIE *dewos- "god" (source also of Latin deus "god," Old Persian daiva- "demon, evil god," Old Church Slavonic deivai, Sanskrit deva-), from root *dyeu- "to gleam, to s
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  1. Online Etymology Dictionary
    1855, from ice (n.) + age (n.). Perhaps translating German Eiszeit (1837). An earlier term in the same sense was glacial epoch (1841). Local scientific men had noticed from the late 18c. evidence that the Alpine glaciers once had been much larger; in
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  1. Free Online English Dictionaries
    Reviews of free online English dictionaries that you can use to check the definitions of ... Free Online English Dictionaries. Cambridge Dictionaries Online. Cambridge Dictionaries ... Merriam-Webster Online: Dictionary and Thesaurus. The Merriam-W
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