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¿De dónde viene l. a. palabra «adefesio»? ¿Cómo l. a. palabra «chusma» puede venir del griego, donde significaba «orden»? ¿Por qué «hortera»se ha convertido en un insulto? Las palabras encierran una curiosa historia que narra su viaje en el tiempo y en el espacio, y el español es especialmente rico en historias de palabras. La historia de nuestra lenga está llena de préstamos del latín, el griego, el árabe, el vasco, el francés o el inglés, que se han adaptado en su forma y muchas veces también en su significado. Por otra parte, los angeles expansión del español en el mundo, especialmente en América, ha hecho que muchas palabras cobren significados propios en otros países.A través de three hundred ejemplos curiosos y sorprendentes recorremos el viaje de las palabras desde su origen hasta sus usos actuales.

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2). On board ship in Rhodes harbour the night after young Thomas Cable died, Dallam gave a performance that would later save him from prison. Since ‘the Captaine basha, governer of the towne’ was away, the highest ranking official was a deputy: Mediterranean Encounters 27 [T]he Chia his Debitie, who for the time was Captaine, he, with the chefeest men of the towne, came abord our ship, and she was trimed up in as handsom maner as we could for the time. Our gonroume was one of the fayereste Roumes in the ship, and pleasant to com into.

This dai being the Laste Day of Marche, it was a wonder to us to se how forwarde the springe was: trees and hedgis wear full blowne, corne, wheate, and barly shott, yong oringis and apples upon the trees. (pp. 13–14) On First Setting Out 15 Dallam wanders about Ottoman Africa looking with an English countryman’s eye for a productive bit of land. But he could hear the cries of the city too and was quick to grasp the foreign sound of danger. Back in town ‘we mett Mores and other people drivinge assis laden with grene beanes’ who called out ‘balocke, balocke, that is to saye, bewarr, or take heede’ (p.

Nationalist pride – ‘a prise into Inglande’ – provided Dallam with a language suitable for condemning the captain, while also expressing his personal disappointment at not sharing the ‘greate cridit’ that he considered was due to the ‘company’ aboard the Hector for ‘the braveste sarvis’. Dallam never once condemns or even criticizes piracy as such, except when the loss was to England, and displays a remarkably confident understanding of how such matters deserved to be negotiated. After armed conflict at sea, the victors expected to take prizes proportionate to the wealth and importance of the vanquished.

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