Chambers Dictionary of Etymology by Chambers (Hardback, 1999)

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How are the words 'door' German 'Tzr' and Sanskrit 'dvar' related?. When did the word Blarney first appear in print?. What's the linguistic history of the word 'history'?. Sample entry from the Chambers Etymological Dictionary: blarney n. flattering, coaxing talk.
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