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    On The Record: First Usages of Words According to the Oxford English Dictionary

  • Suzi Holler

    Previous pinner: "Lapham's Quarterly Infographic of first recorded uses of great English words." Me: It's always fun, and usually surprising, to read OED entries and see the word attributions.

  • Phoebe Marshall

    How Famous Words Originated, According to the Historical Oxford English Dictionary | Brain Pickings

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