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1. Grammarphobia » Etymology

Grammarphobia » Etymology Grammar, etymology, linguistics, usage, and more from the bestselling language writers Patricia T. O\'Conner and Stewart Kellerman.
3.2K 1 post / week Aug 2006 Get Email Contact More

2. Useless Etymology

Useless Etymology New York, US
Useless Etymology is a collection of editorialized word histories released in no particular order by Jess Zafarris.
4.2K 93 1 post / year Mar 2017 Get Email Contact More

3. Word Histories

Word Histories I am a French citizen named Pascal Tréguer. I graduated in French literature and linguistics from the University of Nantes and the Sorbonne. I am now living in Lancashire and devoting my time to uncovering the stories behind words and phrases. I am in particular trying to expose the falseness of many etymologies flourishing in books and on the Internet.
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4. Proofed » Etymology

Proofed » Etymology Do you want to master the art of linguistics? Explore the history of the written word with Proofed's Writing Tips blog. Explore to learn more! Proofed's mission is to provide the highest-quality proofreading and editing services in the world. We do this by helping people communicate effectively, as well as by sharing expert tips on writing and style. We believe that great writing is essential to sharing ideas and stories, and that everyone should have access to world-class proofreading and editing.
982 3.2K 3 posts / year Get Email Contact More

5. Danny L. Bate » Etymology

Danny L. Bate » Etymology This is a personal website for me, Danny Bate, a linguist, language teacher and PhD student. It's a place for me to share my own monthly articles about language and linguistics, which are intended to be both enjoyable and practical for language-lovers and learners everywhere! Learn more about etymology, my lectures and discussions here.
27.9K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

6. Haggard Hawks Blog

Haggard Hawks Blog I'm Paul Anthony Jones. You probably know me better as Haggard Hawks. I'm a writer and language blogger, and the author of eight books about language and etymology. Haggard Hawks is dedicated to obscure words, language trivia, and etymological stories. All the words you read about here are genuine - it's the aim of HH to pull our language's most intriguing words and phrases out of obscurity.
95.7K 3 posts / year Get Email Contact More

7. Omniglot Blog » Etymology

Omniglot Blog » Etymology This blog contains my musings on language and linguistics. I write about the meanings and origins of words and phrases; language learning techniques; language courses and other learning resources; languages and cultures, and anything else that interests me, from a linguistic perspective. My name is Simon Age. My main passions are languages and music.
6 posts / quarter Get Email Contact More

8. The Etymology Nerd Blog

The Etymology Nerd Blog US
Adam Aleksic, a freshman studying linguistics and government at Harvard University, has been described as the internet's sixth most famous etymologist. He also has disturbing interests in politics, vexillology, geography, board games, and law. Follow to get updates written by Adam Aleksic.
10.6K 5.7K 4 posts / year Nov 2016 Get Email Contact More

9. Glossophilia » Etymology

Glossophilia » Etymology Glossophilia is dedicated to discussing, celebrating, dissecting, protecting, ranting and raving about the English language in all its usage and abusage. Follow to get articles on etymology.
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10. Logophilia Blog

Logophilia Blog Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
Logophilia Education is the world's only Etymology Education organization. Subscribe to us to keep learning from Logophilia!
32.8K 2.7K 10.7K Jan 2012 Get Email Contact More

11. Etymonline

Etymonline The online etymology dictionary (etymonline) is the internet's go-to source for quick and reliable accounts of the origin and history of English words, phrases, and idioms. It is professional enough to satisfy academic standards, but accessible enough to be used by anyone.
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