A 'quidnunc' is a person who is eager to know the latest news and gossip.

A 'quidnunc' is a person who is eager to know the latest news and gossip.
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A group of pandas is called an 'embarrassment'.

A group of pandas is called an 'embarrassment'.
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In Spanish, the word 'esposas' means both 'wives' and 'handcuffs'.

In Spanish, the word 'esposas' means both 'wives' and 'handcuffs'.
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English has only one word for 'love'. Sanskrit has 96.

English has only one word for 'love'. Sanskrit has 96.
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'Syzygy' is the only English word with three Ys.

'Syzygy' is the only English word with three Ys.
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There are more English words beginning with the letter 's' than with any other letter.

There are more English words beginning with the letter 's' than with any other letter.
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The word 'bride' comes from an old Proto-Germanic word meaning 'to cook'.

The word 'bride' comes from an old Proto-Germanic word meaning 'to cook'.
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The Korean version of 'LOL' is 'KKK', which means 'Hahaha'.

The Korean version of 'LOL' is 'KKK', which means 'Hahaha'.
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There are more people speaking French in Africa than in France.

There are more people speaking French in Africa than in France.
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'Ah, Satan sees Natasha' spelled backwards is 'Ah, Satan sees Natasha'.

'Ah, Satan sees Natasha'  spelled backwards is 'Ah, Satan sees Natasha'.
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