1. How did epilogue and epigraph come to take on meanings opposite spatially when used in books?

  2. Why is "bangs", meaning fringe, used in the plural?
  3. Use of the phrase with abandon
  4. Using etymology What is Schrodinger talking about

  5. Why did Jitney become slang for nickel?

  6. Difference between "help + [infinitive]" with and without "to"
  7. What's the origin of the phrase "cruising for bruising"?
  8. What does 'off' mean in 'to offset'?

  9. Etymology of the word "Alambric"
  10. Does the word fascist share a root with the anti-gay slur f****t?

  11. "Bogus in bogus" meaning

  12. Origin of "From the desk of..."
  13. Do ‘und’ and ‘till’ make “until” a tautology?
  14. Is the verb "swallow" related to the noun?

  15. What is the origin of “I calls ’em like I sees ’em”?

  16. How did ‘show’ become its own causative?

  17. Decadence of the word decadence
  18. How old is the proclamation: “Here comes the bridegroom”?
  19. origin of the expression "one eye on the past, one eye on the future"
  20. Is there a term for noises which CAN'T be written as normal text?

  21. Why is "eye" pronounced so strangely?

  22. The origin of Yours Sincerely and Yours Faithfully

  23. Why "e.g." and not "f.e."? Why "i.e." and not "t.i."?

  24. Etymology of "chatterbox"

  25. Does 'fever' share an etymology with 'fervent, fervid, or fervour'?
  26. where did the word 'skunt,' meaning to cut your grass very low, come from?

  27. Is “curiouser” in fact a word (like in the famous phrase “curiouser and curiouser”)?

  28. Phrase-origin for "Clear as Mud?"
  29. Etymology for the phrase "butterflies in stomach"

  30. How did both pouncer and spouncer come to mean a foam applicator for stenciling?

  31. Why does dense mean 'stupid'?
  32. Where did the expression "have at it" come from?

  33. What is the origin of "xox"?
  34. Origin of "strafe" meaning "move sideways"
  35. how do i know the answer to this question?
  36. The origin of "oops"
  37. Why is "pineapple" in English but "ananas" in all other languages?

  38. Are there specific texts, such as French/English poetry, in which the word romance was originally used, and popularized in?
  39. Arcing up: cats or electricity?

  40. Origin of "kick"

  41. What is the etymology of "flabbergasted"?
  42. Etymology of "Buff" and "Nerf" as used in video-game slang

  43. Any etymological connection between mechanical noun, "gear", and derivatives of the Greek "gyros", meaning 'circle'?
  44. Did a "spliff" originally refer to a mixture of tobacco and cannabis or just cannabis?

  45. How may 'mope' be an Ideophone?

  46. Origin if Ellipsis

  47. Why is "myrrh" spelled the way it is?
  48. "Foreign students" vs "International students"

  49. Origin of "surf"

  50. kindness , benevolence and goodwill
  51. How to write words with prefix "promo-"?
  52. Where does "shakedown" come from?

  53. Is the pro in processor Latin or Greek?

  54. Origin of "curse"

  55. Why are some people addressed as “Your (Honor, Majesty, Grace, etc.)” instead of by their position and/or position and name?

  56. So which should it be - 'lock and load' or 'load and lock'?

  57. holodomor vs. holocaust usage

  58. Origin of 'to call out', meaning to decry
  59. Origin of the phrase, "Up close and personal"?

  60. Why can we use "inadequate" but not "inspecific"?
  61. What is the etymology of "cavalier"?
  62. Does "commit <action>" always imply a negatve moral judgement?
  63. Usage and origin of "prioritize"

  64. Usage of "some in form of"
  65. "I'm shipping Lupita"
  66. What makes 'admix' different from 'mix'?

  67. "War room" and "Wardroom"

  68. What does "ends of life" of John Stuart Mill mean?

  69. Seeking a history of q
  70. Why do some ---ify verbs have a different noun ending?
  71. What comes after (Primary,unary),(secondary,binary),(tertiary,ternary),...?

  72. Etymology of to muckle on to something

  73. Origin of the term 'smartphone'

  74. "...the Black Camel will kneel at your door" is a reference to time of death. What is the origin of this metaphor?

  75. Why is there a difference in the adoption of "Kindergarten" in American and British English?
  76. Why are 'quarts' called 'quarts'?
  77. Origin of "run" in "run short/out of /low" on something
  78. Did Emma Goldman first use the term “provocateur”?
  79. What is the origin of "that's using your noggin"?

  80. Origins of "sure" meaning "yes" in American English
  81. The Meaning of the Word "Adversary"

  82. Where is the "pere" in "ammeter"?
  83. What does water in watermark refer to?

  84. What is the origin of "summat"?
  85. What is the origin of this phrase?
  86. Why does “iris” mean the coloured part of the eye in English?

  87. Is the '- etum' suffix exclusive to tree plantations?
  88. Origin and usage of "nu-" (e.g. nu-metal)

  89. How did English end up with names for days of the week like Monday, borrowed from Latin but then also translated?

  90. Is "half-a-dozen" an accepted term?
  91. Is "gone" meaning "pregnant" a Britishism?

  92. Hit as "arrive at, come to, reach" (a place, limit etc)

  93. Why are pounds sterling called "knicker"?
  94. Best etymological calque of the word Schadenfreude

  95. ec- vs ex- What is the difference
  96. Was the word "guy" gender-neutral in the 1930s?

  97. Historical difference between begging vs. raising the question

  98. Irregular verbs: the history of the suffix “-n” used in past participles

  99. Why are the French pejoratively referred to as frogs?

  100. The origin of 'hmm'