Etymology
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wallaby (n.)
kind of small kangaroo, 1826, from native Australian wolaba.
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retaliate (v.)

"requite, repay, or return in kind," 1610s, from Latin retaliatus, past participle of retaliare "pay back in kind," from re- "back" (see re-) + Latin talio "exaction of payment in kind," from or influenced by talis "suchlike" (see that). Originally of kindness, civility, etc., but by 1630s of injury, ill-treatment, etc. (now the usual sense). Intransitive sense is from 1650s. Related: Retaliated; retaliating.

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intentioned (adj.)
"having intentions" (of a specified kind), 16c., from intention + -ed.
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bonnet (n.)

early 15c., "kind of cap or bonnet worn by men and women," from Old French bonet, short for chapel de bonet, from bonet (12c., Modern French bonnet) "kind of cloth used as a headdress," from Medieval Latin bonitum, bonetum "material for hats," perhaps a shortening of Late Latin abonnis "a kind of cap" (7c.), which is perhaps from a Germanic source.

As a form of head-covering worn by women out-of-doors, late 15c. As a type of mechanical covering device, 1862.

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grained 
in compounds, "having grains" (of a specified kind), 1520s; see grain (n.).
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witted (adj.)
late 14c. in compounds, "having wits" (of a certain kind), from wit (n.).
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lambic (n.)
also lambick, kind of strong Belgian beer, 1829, related to French alambic "a still" (see alembic).
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savate (n.)
French method of fighting with the feet, 1862, from French savate, literally "a kind of shoe" (see sabotage).
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rampage (n.)

"animated fit of anger or excitement," hence "excited action of any kind," 1861, from rampage (v.).

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lavalier (n.)
kind of ornament that hangs around the neck, 1873, from French lavallière, a kind of tie, after Louise Françoise de La Baume Le Blanc de La Vallière, Duchesse de La Vallière (1644-1710), mistress of Louis XIV from 1661-1667.
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