Intermediate Latin Poetry
Intermediate Latin Poetry LATN 3130
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Latin and Greek Elements in English Lesson 19 Folk Etymology 39 FOLK ETYMOLOGY the process by which a word changes form through a mistaken assimilation of that word to another word or form which it resembles also called paronornasia mistaken word creation 39 this is also the technical term for punning folk etymology is the product of misunderstanding 39 ie basic human ignorance especially of history e g mgmento for memento 39 a confusion of the Latin word memento remember with the word moment importance turning point 7 as in the moment of truth or of great moment cf momentous Latin and Greek Elements in English Lesson 19 Folk Etymology 6 g laxadaisical from the expression alack the day Shakespeare lackaday 17th C gt lackadaisy lackadaisy gt lackadaisical 18th C given to affected sentiment 39 later vapid listless showing a lack of interest finally lazadaisical by confusion with laX relax Latin and Greek Elements in English Lesson 19 Folk Etymology spitting image from spirit and image spirit likeness gt spit syncope chaise lounge from chaise longue from French longue long gt lounge lounge is from Lat Iongis drowsy lout laggard 39 ultimately from the Latin name Longinus the name of the centurion who pierces the body of Christ in medieval passion plays and then falls asleep Latin and Greek Elements in English Lesson 19 Folk Etymology humble pie from umble pie umbles are the entrails of a deer which are often served in a pie to servants Lat Iumbulus loin gt MedEng OFr nombles a numble is later misconstrued as anumble 39 metanal sisz anorange gt an orange anekename gt a nickname big cheese from big chiz Persian and later Urdu Indian language chiz important thing Latin and Greek Elements in English Lesson 19 Folk Etymology SEE EXERCISE 1V p116 Latin and Greek Elements in English Lesson 20 Clips 39 CLIP a word which has lost its initial or nal part or both but retains the same general meaning eg computer terminology 39 boot lt bootstrapping program or bootstrap loader 7 a program which loads the rest of the operating system i nb a metaphor from skiing medicine prep lt prepare e g for surgery 39 doc lt doctor 39 premie lt premature baby Latin and Greek Elements in English Lesson 20 Clips cars 39 gas lt gasoline lube lt lubrication semi lt semi trailer others memo lt memorandum 39 con lt convict 39 pen lt penitentiary 39 phone lt telephone 39 dis lt show disrespect 39 patter lt pater noster qui es in caelis sanctificetur nomen Latin and Greek Elements in English Please note that your definitions of words in context Part 4 of Quiz 3 on the back page are now worth TWO points 1 one for the etymological de nition and 2 one for the contextual de nition SEE THE DIATHESIS OF QUIZ 3 GO TO EXERCISE IV p119
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