Questions That Will Have You Stumped for Answers (16 pics + 1 gif)

Posted in FUNNY       31 Aug 2015       8701       2



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100008623833439 4 year s ago
The earliest uses of the word in English refer to the fruit, and the colour was later named after the fruit. Before the English-speaking world was exposed to the fruit, the colour was referred to as "yellow-red" (geoluread in Old English) or "red-yellow". It is claimed that the word orange has no true rhyme.
       
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gigantes 4 year s ago
orange, silver, purple and beige all have rhyming words, it's just that they're not commonly used.

i.e., a "sporange" is an alternate form of sporangium, as in the part of a fern that holds spores.
       
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