Etymology
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hausfrau (n.)

1798, from German Hausfrau, literally "housewife;" see house (n.) + frau.

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Ada 

fem. proper name, from Hebrew Adha, literally "ornament."

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Weber 

surname attested from 1255; literally "weaver" (see web).

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Brahmaputra 

river in Asia, Hindi, literally "son of Brahma."

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bon (adj.)

French, literally "good" (adj.), from Latin bonus "good" (see bonus). It has crossed the Channel in phrases such as bon appétit, literally "good appetite" (1860); bon-ton "good style" (1744); bon mot (1735), etc. Compare boon, bonhomie.

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Bruno 

masc. proper name, from Old High German Bruno, literally "brown" (see brown (adj.)).

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sub voce 

Latin, literally "under the word or heading." A common dictionary reference, usually abbreviated s.v.

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Glasgow 

city in Scotland, from Gaelic, literally "green hollow," from glas "green, verdant" + cau "hollow."

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bushido (n.)

"feudal samurai warrior code," 1898, from Japanese, said to mean literally "military-knight way."

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koinonia (n.)

"Christian fellowship," 1865, Greek, literally "communion, fellowship," from koinos "common, ordinary" (see coeno-).

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