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  1. ...small or pocket version? The big OED is the classic resource for etymology , and the full Oxford English Dictionary 2005 has it too, albeit in less detail. See the example page.

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  3. ...-" meaning "Slav". According to an online etymology dictionary , "Russia" came from "Rus" which was...

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  4. This is from the Online Etymology Dictionary (see link below) tantamount 1641, from verbal phrase tant amount "be equivalent"...

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  5. Here is what the online etymology dictionary says: "breasts," 1929, U.S. slang, probably from...

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  6. Have you tried the Online Etymology Dictionary ? That's actually the best one I've found as...

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  7. Can you read German? If so: http://de.wiktionary.org

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  8. From the Online Etymology Dictionary : 1469, from Anglo-Fr. embesiler "to steal, cause to disappear"...

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  9. ... etymology of the word, "precocious," as provided by the Online Etymology Dictionary : "1650, "developed before the usual time," from L. ...

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