Monty Python's linguistic legacy is captured in the OED's entry for Pythonesque, used to describe anything relating to, or reminiscent of, the show.
It’s not known precisely where the words coffee, café, or caffé ultimately got their meaning, though coffee entered English from the Turkish kahveh, from the Arabic qahwa, probably via the Dutch koffie.
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Next to reading Jane Austen's novels, we love watching adaptations of them - but how historically accurate has the dialogue been over the past few years?
From Madge to the Modfather, the Chairman of the Board to the Lizard King, there’s something to the titles we give musicians.
The English language has many expressions relating to animals.
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