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#226738 - 03/14/17 08:13 PM Etymology & history of the word 'coach'  
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Hello! I'm a new forum member although I've been a fan of Anu and Wordsmith for many years. Any of my fellow word lovers know good resources to research etymology and origins of words? Or know some the info behind the word 'coach'?

Any help much appreciated!
Amorah Ross

#226739 - 03/14/17 11:18 PM Re: Etymology & history of the word 'coach' [Re: AmorahR]  
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