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Titera’s Tidbit: Uncouth
“Uncouth” behavior was not necessarily boorish or rude in Anglo-Saxon times. Someone who ate with a fork or used a napkin would have been guilty of it, for in Old English “uncouth” meant “unknown” (from cunnan, “to know”), in the sense of something unfamiliar or strange. The equivalent term in Latin descended into English as “ignorant”, which means unknowing.
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