Since etymology is epicentral to politics, the new titles that the Republican and Democratic parties choose must be right.
The Daily Beast reached out to Eschliman to ask about the definition and etymology of the term "Gaystapo."
Its origins and etymology are veiled in mystery: cha is Chinese for “tea,” but debates rage over those first two syllables.
If this etymology be accepted, we have here the use of the word gate as a way.
Cat language has been reduced to etymology in several tongues.
So all the French philologists agree; and the modern variance of aux armes does not invalidate so plain an etymology.
The etymology of the euphonious word "Lobskous" I am unable to give.
I have given this etymology in order to throw a light on our language, and show how our citizens have finished by acquiring names.
Criticism, as its etymology indicates, is the act of judging.
Such is the meaning of the word, but I would not like to vouch for the etymology.
late 14c., ethimolegia "facts of the origin and development of a word," from Old French et(h)imologie (14c., Modern French étymologie), from Latin etymologia, from Greek etymologia, properly "study of the true sense (of a word)," from etymon "true sense" (neuter of etymos "true, real, actual," related to eteos "true") + -logia "study of, a speaking of" (see -logy).
In classical times, of meanings; later, of histories. Latinized by Cicero as veriloquium. As a branch of linguistic science, from 1640s. Related: Etymological; etymologically.