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- Have a Cuppa? [About Herbal Teas]
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- The Raven: Balancing Man and Nature
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- Extended Definition University/College Library Oxford English
- 6- gossip. [OE. godsibb masc.
- Resurrection as Gossip: Representations of Women in Resurrection
- between gossip and gospel, playing with etymology and the two terms' variety of meanings. 1. Gossip as religious storytelling.
- Research on Gossip: Taxonomy, Methods, and Future Directions
- A half century of gossip research from multiple disciplines is reviewed. Discussed are . traced the etymology of the term as it refers specifically to women.
- WAYS AND TRANSFORMATIONS OF GOSSIP
- In the ancient Greek and Latin tongues, the etymology of the word gossip goes back to the root plek or plec, which denote weaving or a creation of a web.
- A DICTIONARY OF GHANAIAN ENGLISH
- European origin; possibly some of these are due to their interpretations of English words.] Missionary. English ...
Suggested Web Resources
- Gossip - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Etymology. The word is from Old English godsibb, from god and sibb, the term for godparents, i.e.
- gossip (n.) - Online Etymology Dictionary
- The Online Etymology Dictionary. Search: Search Mode, Natural Language, Find Look up gossip at Dictionary.com: O.
- Online Etymology Dictionary
- from Prov.
- What does gossip mean (etymology)?
- What does gossip mean etymology - trivia question /questions answer / answers.
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