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British spellings like fibre or colour are older than American spellings like fiber or color.
Masochism comes from the name of novelist Leopold von Sacher-Masoch.
Nom de plume is a term made up by the British to sound French. It means “pen name.”
Inuit have dozens, maybe hundreds, of words for snow.
“He” became a generic pronoun in the 18th century and this was a woman’s idea.
Originally “deadline” referred to a four-foot high fence that defined the no-man’s-land inside the walls of a prisoner of war camp during the Civil War.
SOS stands for Save Our Ship
Winston Churchill said, “This is the kind of nonsense up with which I will not put.”
The bra was created by Philippe de Brassière.
Negligee is French for nightie.
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