Dec 30, 2019
Fun With Words
All of the info in this post comes from The Weird World of Words by Mitchell Symons.
Word of the Day: Rowel – the revolving star on the back of a cowboy’s spurs.
Changed their meaning over time: Nice: originally meant “foolish” or “silly”
Phrases first invented or popularized by William Shakespeare:
This phrase is a result of a mispronunciation of a perfectly intelligible phrase. The original phrase? ‘Spirit and image’. And it was said when a boy behaved and looked like his father, particularly in the southern states of the U.S. It’s not hard to see how ‘spirit and image’ became ‘spitting image’!
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