Berserk for Bears: Words from our Ursine AnimalsAnimalogy \ The Animals in Our Everyday Words & Phrases
09/23/17 • 36 min
We have many words built from the English word for "bear," the Latin word for "bear," and the Greek word for "bear," and we have many expressions and phrases built from the same ursine animal. Of course there are also expressions using the verb "to bear," as in "to carry," such as in "bearing fruit, bearing a child, or bearing a burden or a grudge. Let's explore the origins of all of these.
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