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The History Of Words Sunday

The ancient Greeks personified the sun as a handsome god named Helios. Continue reading

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The History of Words Sunday

I have always considered this one of the strangest words out there. So peculiar in its spelling and for what it means. This is one of those words I wish I would have created out of thin air to describe … Continue reading

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The History Of Words Sunday

Here is what I could find on the origin and history of the word ‘henge’ which quickly became a search for the term ‘Stonehenge’. These two seem to be inseparable in terms of usage. Anyway, hope you find this interesting … Continue reading

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The History Of Words Sunday

Couldn’t find much on the origin of the word ‘Rain’ but here is what I found. Kind of strange there isn’t much out there on the history of this word. Let me know if you find something more. Etymology From … Continue reading

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