I'm always interested in the etymology of words. English is a mongrel, as I've pointed out before. That doesn't detract from the language as we know it developing in England. Olde and middle English was not born in Poland, Ceylon and Venezuela - or even Germany.<quoted text>
I wonder has ChromiumMan studied the source of the English language?
There is no problem with the language developing in (for the most part) England, but originate? You have been shown on many occasions origination is world-wide.
And I wonder why you refuse to congratulate him on his notion that you should concede own
At risk of making it a little less palatable to >you<, it did not arise in Bourgogne, Paradie and Aquitaine, either.