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Titera’s Tidbit: Turnip
One of the earliest plants cultivated in Europe, the “turnip” bears an ancient name – so old, in fact, its orgins are shrouded. The -neap part is easy: it derives from the Latin napus by way of the Old-English naepe, which means, well, “turnip”. The tur- suggests the old root word for “twist”, but that’s merely speculation. Nothing about a “turnip” turns except, perhaps, the back of someone who shuns this delicious vegetable.
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