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Online Etymology Dictionary Go
History and evolution of more than 30,000 words, including slang and technical terms.
etymonline.com

Phrase Meanings Go
An A to Z list of the origins and meanings of English phrases and sayings with bibliography of etymological reference works.
phrases.org.uk

Behind the Name Go
The etymology and history of first names.
behindthename.com

Oxford English Dictionary : Daily Word Go
Features a daily word with its meaning, pronunciation, spelling, etymology, and date chart.
oed.com

Maritime Etymology Go
Dutch, English, French, German, Swedish. Catharpins, horse, mizzen, peert, ropes, whelps.
bruzelius.info

Chinese Characters: Genealogy and Dictionary Go
Etymological Chinese-English dictionary that uses 'genealogical charts' to show the connections between characters. Includes a FAQ and search capabilities.
zhongwen.com

Dave Wilton's Etymology Page Go
Devoted to etymology of common words and slang phrases.
wordorigins.org

Etymologically Speaking Go
A list of some curious word origins.
westegg.com

Altaic Etymology Go
Online version of the Altaic Etymological Dictionary by S. Starostin, A. Dybo and O. Mudrak.
starling.rinet.ru

Etymologic Go
The brain-twisting etymology game.
etymologic.com

Roots of English Go
An etymological dictionary you can download by Prof. Eugene Cotter, Seton Hall University.
ablemedia.com

Books about Etymology Go
Recommended by fun-with-words.com.
fun-with-words.com

What's The Meaning of This? Go
The origins of quirky English words and phrases like 'In like Flynn' and 'blackmail'.
rootsweb.com

alfabette zoope Go
A collection of multi-cultural and unusual names; a source for the soon-to-be/new parent, writer, fellow name-enthusiast, amateur etymologist or curiosity-seeker.
zoope.com

Butterfly Etymology Go
The etymology of butterfly, moth and caterpillar in several languages.
insects.org



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