noun (used with a singular verb)
English Words From The Pharaohs
Most people recognize Ancient Greek and Latin as the primary donors to the English language. However, some of the most ancient words in English actually trace back to Ancient Egypt.
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Origin of Ebonics
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Contemporary Examples of ebonics
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Word Origin for ebonics
C20: from ebony + phonics
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