Etymology
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en masse 

French, literally "in mass" (see mass (n.1)).

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Guam 

from Chamorro Guahan, said to mean literally "what we have."

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pahoehoe (n.)

"compacy, ropy lava," 1859, from Hawaiian, literally "smooth, polished."

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Parvati 

Hindu divinity, from Sanskrit, literally "(daughter) of the mountain," from parvata "mountain."

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chou (n.)

"fashionable knot in a woman's dress or hat," 1883; earlier "small, round, cream-filled pastry" (1706), from French chou, literally "cabbage" (12c.), from Latin caulis "cabbage," literally "stalk" (see cole (n.1)).

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Festus 

masc. proper name, from Latin, literally "solemn, joyous, festive" (see feast (n.)).

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Orestes 

son of Agamemnon and Clytaemnestra, from Greek Orestes, literally "mountaineer," from oros "mountain" (see oread).

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Likud (n.)

nationalist coalition party formed in Israel 1973, from Hebrew, literally "union, combination."

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cathedra (n.)

"seat of a bishop in his church," 1829, Latin, literally "chair" (see cathedral).

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tonneau (n.)

1901, rear part of an automobile, from French tonneau, literally "cask, tun" (see tun).

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