Etymology of the day: hot dog

A quick note

Earlier this year, I was posting short “etymologies of the day” on the blog, a practice that I’ve continued on Twitter. I figured there was no reason to deprive those who primarily follow me on here of these daily nuggets of word history. Click the hashtag, #EtymologyOfTheDay, to catch up on some older content, which I suspect I’ll post on the blog from time to time. Enjoy, and I hope I didn’t ruin your appetite.

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2 thoughts on “Etymology of the day: hot dog

  1. What’s app? Pada tanggal 19 Jul 2017 4.38 PM, “Mashed Radish” menulis:

    > John Kelly posted: “https://twitter.com/mashedradish/status/ > 887584497193111553 A quick note Earlier this year, I was posting short > “etymologies of the day” on the blog, a practice that I’ve continued on > Twitter. I figured there was no reason to deprive those who primarily fo” >

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