Friday, 15 July 2011

Time to help the cat with it's etymology

He's always digging around in the levant over a thousand years ago when it was right here in English at both ends.

B is V.

Baccine (backseen or baxine)

Back seen - A 'back' was seen. Perhaps a human thief, running away?
Back scene - A memory?
Backs in - Part of that most hated of phrases 'Put your backs into it' ....the whip cracks!
Back sin - What is a position of sin which a missionary should never be in? Yes, doggy-style.

Could any of those have found their way into a small number of people's trauma encoded ancestral memories? Between this blog and C4A, we've now located over two dozen examples of traumatic past uses of the homonym in question.

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