'Kick the bucket' at Idiomic.com; phrase definition, example, and origin
Definition: To die. Example: Just before James was to collect the five dollars that Noddy owed him, Noddy kicked the bucket, ensuring that James was never going to see that money again. Some people have no respect. Origin: The first written usage of this charming but deadly idiom was in 1785, but its origins are a …
'Over the Moon' illustrated at Idiomic.com: phrase definition, example, and origin.
Over the moon. An idiom describing the state of being overjoyed. Likely lifted from Hey Diddle Diddle, the nursery rhyme and that darned jumpy cow.
'Penny Pincher' illustrated at Idiomic.com: phrase definition, example, and origin
Penny pincher: to be a miserly, stingy person. Though we couldn't find an origin for the phrase, we'd like to address the falsehood of Scots being frugal