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Things etymological often describes (“etymological ________”)
sense, meaning, dictionary, connection, root, dictionaries, roots, origin, derivation, analysis, explanation, origins, significance, research, information, link, relationship, explanations, study, grounds, history, interpretation, evidence, point, signification, source, studies, notes, definition, relation, meanings, connections, derivations, considerations, method, play, connexion, basis, spelling, sources, equivalent, argument, speculations, approach, discussion, reasons, speculation, association, researches, investigation, associations, affinity, import, pun, interpretations, note, fallacy, principle, identity, spellings, background, arguments, justification, investigations, figure, kinship, links, relationships, inquiries, glossary, parsing, definitions, confusion, vocabulary, wordplay, conjecture, conjectures, inquiry, standpoint

Descriptive words:
historical, roberts., grammatical, more, only, full, mystical, modern, interesting, similar, detailed, close, general, mere, various, obvious, original, different, real, favourite, mythical, english

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