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18th Century adjective allusively American ancient Arabic became Britain British Burning Oracle called capital Century B.C. China Chinese Chisholm Classical colour comes commemorates Compare dance derives Detective Fiction Detective Fiction Weekly dialect Dictionary diminutive Dutch early England especially etymology Europe fabric fame famous flower former France genus George Gerald Kersh German Greek mythology Hebrew Hellenistic Civilisation hence honour Indian invented inventor Irish island Italian Jack James James Truslow Adams John King known L. W. Lyde latter Lionel literally literary London main vocabulary manufactured means Medieval Latin modern native noun novel Old French originally Osbert Sitwell Oxford Percy Scholes perhaps personification pet-form phrase popular probably R. G. Collingwood reference represents Rex Stout rifle river Roman says Scottish sense short signifies silk slang Spanish surname synonym takes its name term town usually W. W. Tarn Webster West whence Wilson Knight wine word