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Greek example lann spark lann pale yellow ghastly

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Unformatted text preview:   •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  chef savant divorcé / divorcée fiancé / fiancée protégé / protégée raconteur maNnee faux pas fait accompli gauche / adroit (cf. sinister / dexterous / ambidextrous / two leh feet) Words of InteresNng Origin hybrid :  discombobulated :  paradigm :  scinNlla :  lurid :  LaNn; offspring of a tame sow and wild boar. English; humorous alteraNon of discompose, discomfort, or discomfit. Greek; example LaNn; spark LaNn; pale yellow, ghastly . . . and borrowings, for instance: – Norman French words in English: •  e.g. pork (cf. swine) •  beef (cf. cow) •  mu9on (cf. sheep) •  veal (cf. calf) •  venison (cf. deer) Unit 10: Frames 174 ­252 •  Words from Italian (the book stresses musical terms). •  Words from Spanish (many of the word obviously come from life in the Southwestern...
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2013 for the course CLA 30 taught by Professor Albu during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.

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