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In AD 787, the Scandinavians invaded England, followed by the Norman French in 1066. As the Anglo-Saxon language mingled with the Scandinavian language and French, many words that we still use today were born. Where did each of the words shown originate? cuisine ugly touché petite craze blunder

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    cuisine has roots in latin (conquere - to cook) ugly has roots in old norse (ugga - to dread) touche has roots in french (originally 'touchér) petite has and always has originated from french and it did not evolve craze - swedish originally krassa - to crunch blunder - Scandinavian origin and related to blind.

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