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Salary Etymology is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Salary Etymology books and related discussion.
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- Using Word Origins to Build Vocabulary
- Dictionary, an etymology (an account of a word's origin) is given for most words. .
- Etymology and definition
- Etymology and definition. Greek: 'Sys' – animal respiration ('gross salary – state – fed taxes'). 4.
- Word history of spices and condiments
- This is because in Roman era, salaries of Romen soldiers were paid in salt (sal) at one time, and salt became the origin of the word “salary.
- Etymological nativization of loanwords - In English - Oulu
- correspondences. Due to this process of etymological nativization, even young ... F paha 'bad; evil' > SaaN bahá id.
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- salary (n.) - Online Etymology Dictionary
- The Online Etymology Dictionary Look up salary at Dictionary.com O.Fr.
- salary - Online Etymology Dictionary
- The Online Etymology Dictionary Look up salary at Dictionary.
- Salary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- A salary is a form of periodic payment from an employer to an employee, which may be specified in an employment contract.
- Etymologically Speaking...
- Enjoy, and please let me know if you know of any other cool etymologies that I ...
- Etymology - English Word Histories - Stories of Words - Definition of
- Its etymology can be traced back 2000 years to sal, the Latin word for salt. So what's the connection between salt and salary?
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