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  • Behind the Name
    Look into the history behind common first names. Provides etymology, meaning, and popularity for names in many languages including French, German, Indian, Spanish, and mythological names.
    www.behindthename.com
  • Online Etymology Dictionary
    Online English etymology dictionary based on a variety of sources. Searchable alphabetically.
    www.etymonline.com
  • World Wide Words
    Investigates international English from a British perspective. Includes articles, newsworthy words, and usage notes.
    www.worldwidewords.org
  • WordOrigins.org
    Devoted to the etymology of words and phrases, particularly modern phrases such as 'politically correct' and 'all your base are belong to us'.
    www.wordorigins.org
  • Take Our Word for It
    Weekly web magazine and resource site on interesting observations about words. Submit your etymology question and stay up-to-date on the latest books and games for word lovers.
    www.takeourword.com
  • Origin of Phrases
    Investigates interesting origin of phases including definitions and examples.
    members.aol.com/MorelandC/Phrases.htm
  • Etymologically Speaking
    Dictionary of interesting and noteworthy word etymologies, both in English and related languages like French and German.
    www.westegg.com/etymology
  • English Words of Norse Origin
    Annonated list of English words of Old Norse origin such as father and reindeer.
    odin.bio.miami.edu/norse/words.html
  • Sanskrit Etymological Sources
    Sanskritic roots for Indo-European words.
    www.angelfire.com/ma/vivekananda/sanscrit.html
  • Etymology & Meaning of Names - BabyNamesPedia.com
    Devoted to the etymology, meaning, pronunciation and popularity of first names. Various origins are covered, such as Latin, Greek, Hebrew and Celtic.
    www.babynamespedia.com/etymology/m
  • E. L. Easton: Etymology
    Resources for etymology, history, and neologisms of English language.
    www.eleaston.com/etymology.html
 




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