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- Words with CH Introduction - LiteracyTools.ie
- chef, chauffeur, chaperone, etc. machine, moustache, parachute. You don't need to remember this in order to spell the words properly but it can help to learn the ...
- How Words Cast Their Spell - American Federation of Teachers
- Aug 3, 2007 information such as word origin and word meaning are consid- ered, only .... as / sh/, as in chefand chauffeur, appears in French words of Latin.
- OF FRENCH ORIGIN - Ben Slavic
- chauffeur – from the French “chauffer” – to heat up or stoke, as in a fire, originally referring to the .... Of Latin origin more than French, this is a very commonly ...
- PART SEVEN
- the terms pertaining to law are of French origin: accuse; assize; attorney; cause; court .... chauffeur; coupe; revue; garage; limousine; comouflage; enfant terrible; ...
- §13 Lexicology
- native speakers. In this connection one should also mention etymology which ... examples of such recent loans are: buffet, chauffeur, chute, connoisseur, couture ...
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- Muslim Uber driver talks to Australian passenger about Paris terror attacks
- I've studied religion, theology. The etymology of the word Islam comes from a word that means Peace. The driver revealed he had been praying at a mosque in Zetland for most of the day when he got the ride request.
- OUP's NYC office hosts a spelling bee
- Why bother knowing about the pesky -ff- in chauffeur when your smartphone will happily correct it for you? Luckily for us, we've got plenty of sharp minds still left at OUP, and talented spellers were out in force ...
- As Yanis Varoufakis revs off into the sunset, it's his substance I'll remember
- He continued to ride his motorbike instead of being driven by a chauffeur. In this upside-down world, this level of normality meant he was dubbed everything from a rock star to a sex god. He smiled to himself, as well he might.
- The Beefather Has Two National Spelling Bee Champions in His Hive
- As for etymology, he offered the example of “chauffeur”: “That comes from the French, the sh sound comes from c-h and the o sound is made by au, so we focus on the graphic representation of these sounds.” The Beefather has spent so much time breaking ...
- Incredible photographs show Victorian men daring to pose for studio portraits
- The website also says: 'The etymology of the phrase “drag queen” is debatable, but many scholars believe that the phrase was coined in the 1800s as a reference to the hoop skirt. As seen in this photo, hoop skirts would “drag” along the ground.
Suggested Web Resources
- chauffeur (n.) - Online Etymology Dictionary
- 1896, originally "a motorist," from French chauffeur, literally "stoker," operator of a steam engine, French nickname for early motorists, from chauffer "to heat," from ...
- chauffeur - Wiktionary
- Etymology. Borrowing from French chauffeur.
- Chauffeur | Define Chauffeur at Dictionary.com
- Chauffeur definition, a person employed to drive a private automobile or limousine for the owner. See more.
- Chauffeur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- A chauffeur is a man employed to drive a passenger motor vehicle, especially a luxury vehicle such as a large sedan or limousine. A woman employed to drive a ...
- Are you into etymology? - Multikultura
- This kind of research is a branch known as etymology or historical linguistics. ... ' chauffer' means to heat ('chaud' meaning 'hot') and therefore 'chauffeur' is the ...
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