Sip of the Day – April 28, 2009

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Titera’s Tidbit: Raccoon
In 1608, the English explorer and colonist Captain John Smith published a book called A True Relation, in which he recorded the Algonquian languages of Virginia. He listed one creature, unknown to the Old World, with several spellings: rahaugcum, raugroughcm, and raughroughcums. Revising the book in 1611, Smith added yet another spelling: rarowcun. Not until 1672 did the modern spelling become current.

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