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Arse Etymology is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Arse Etymology books and related discussion.
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- The Alternative Dutch Dictionary
- hol an arse, an anus NOTE The literal meaning is "hole". hufter (noun, m.) cad NOTE Etymology obscure, possibly an archaic form of "ripoff artist".
- Ass, origin of sumame, 16.2l2—3. Assiniboine, 17.
- STUDIES IN ARMENIAN ETYMOLOGY
- Leiden University for discussions of various issues and etymologies: Robert For the chapter 3.5.
- On Germanic-Saami contacts and Saami prehistory1
- No etymology has been proposed for common Saami *pëtë 'arse, behind'. However, the word very closely resembles PGerm *fudV- (< PreGerm *putV-).
Suggested Web Resources
- arse - Online Etymology Dictionary
- The Online Etymology Dictionary. Search: Search Mode Middle English had arse-winning "money obtained by prostitution" (late 14c.).
- Rhotic Ass or Arse? | Antimoon Forum
- However, the etymology of "arse" suggests that it is in fact the original version of the word: <<arse.
- arse - etymology
- Arse - Etymology.
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