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- Derivation and Word Building Brief History of the English Language
- guage. What other word in 2 is from it also? What is the etymology of that word?
- WW Reference Booklet for JIS introductory Workshop Sept 2010
- Etymological information may be important. The pronunciation of <ch> in < chauffeur> occurs only in words of French origin.
- Helmut Satzinger — Danijela Stefanović:
- applaudieren = Bavarian; German origin of the buchta: the -‐l-‐ points to Austrian origin of ..
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- chauffeur - Online Etymology Dictionary
- The Online Etymology Dictionary. Search: Search Mode, Natural 1899, originally "a motorist," from Fr. chauffeur, lit.
- 20 - Online Etymology Dictionary
- ferryman of the dead over the river Styx, from Gk.
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- The Online Etymology Dictionary.
- chauffeur – Dictionary definition of chauffeur | Encyclopedia.com
- Definition of chauffeur – Our online dictionary has chauffeur information from The Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Etymology dictionary. Encyclopedia.
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