Sip of the Day – April 12, 2010

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Titera’s Tidbit: Cravat
This old-fashioned word for necktie comes from the French word cravate, meaning “of Croatia”. When French soldiers entered the region during the Napoleonic Wars, they were greeted by enthusiastic Croatians glad to be rid of Austrain rule. The Croatian men wore red kerchiefs tucked into their collars, and they gave these kerchiefs to the newcomers as a token of their esteem.

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