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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
For noun 4 & verb 2, 3: Of uncertain origin. Perhaps an alteration of the word garbage. Earliest documented use: 1703.
For everything else: From Anglo-Norman kaboche (head), from Latin caput (head). Earliest documented use: 1391.
“‘You have my cabbage?’ asked the muscle man.”
Bowie Ibarra; Down the Road: The Fall of Austin; Permuted Press; 2011.
“‘Good morning, my little Cabbage!’ Canuck said.”
J.T. James; Strong at the Broken Places; Xlibris; 2016.
“[The women were] judging by the bottles and glasses on the table, well on their way to being cabbaged.”
Joss Wood; Her Boss by Day; Mills & Boon; 2015.
“What you will see next is not completely my own work. ... I must tell you that I have cabbaged some of the better suggestions here from a show I saw.”
From This Place to That; Messenger Inquirer (Owensboro, Kentucky); Dec 14, 2011.
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