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Could also be a reference to something "misbehaving" This word has Scottish origins, entering our English in the late 18th century.

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(No existe traducción al español, su equivalente más cercano podría ser rollero -según españa- o simplemente parlanchín)

Sarah Palin - English with Scottish origin //blath-er-skite// "Politicians get away all the time with their blatherskite"

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - preta - Hindu Mythology. a wandering or disturbed ghost.

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - preta - Hindu Mythology. a wandering or disturbed ghost.

Fuliginous - sooty. Origin Fuliginous can be traced to the Latin fūlīginōsus meaning "full of soot," with fūlīgō, "soot," as its root. It entered English in the mid-1500s.

Definitions for fuliginous sooty; smoky: the fuliginous air hanging over an industrial city. of the color of soot, as dark gray, dull brown, black, etc.

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English with Greek origin //aw-toh-dahy-dakt//

English with Greek origin //aw-toh-dahy-dakt// autodidact noun, a person who has learned a subject without the benefit of a teacher or formal education; a self-taught person.

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