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LANGUAGE

Some Deaf People Make Sign Language in Their Sleep.
The Greek language has 4 words for love. Agape: Charitable love; Eos: Sexual love; Philia: Love between friends; and Storge: Family love.
In many Asian languages, Uranus' name is translated into "Sky king star".
In the Chinese written language, the ideograph that stands for "trouble" represents two women under one roof.
When sailors speak of sheets (as in "four sheets to the wind") they are not talking about sails. A sheet in nautical terminology is a rope or a chain.
What is called a "French kiss" in England and America is known as an "English kiss" in France.
The words CHOICE COD read the same when held in front of the mirror upside-down.
The words "naked" and "nude" are not the same. Naked implies unprotected. Nude means unclothed.
The word "turnpike" originated in the days when toll collectors were armed with pikes, long-handled weapons to prevent travelers who refused to pay the tariff from using their roads.
The word "tip," meaning a gratuity, was originally an acronym standing for "To Insure Promptness."