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adjective akin ancient Anglo-Saxon animal appears Authorised Version Bacon writes became breath called cattle century Chaucer Church cloth coin colour comes to mean connection curious derives its name developed dialect diminutive earlier early Easterling etymologically example fact familiar foot formerly French word German given Greek Greek word Hamlet says hand head hence horse interesting words Italian kind king Knight's Tale language late Latin Latin word legend literally Lord Low Latin man's meant originally mediaeval Merchant of Venice metaphor Middle Ages Midsummer Night's Dream Milton modern sense native natural notion noun Old French Old High German original sense originally meant phrase Piers the Plowman present sense primitive probably Prologue reference related word retained Roman Rome root Saxon secondary sense seems Shakespeare ship similar Similarly speak speech stand Tale temper teston thence thing Troilus and Criseyde twisted verb whence word derives words in English words relating