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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
noun: A trinket, puzzle, or odd gadget.
Of obscure origin. Earliest documented use: 1658.
“Vinegar-faced rogue that he is, [he] began to inquire what Popish trangam you were wearing.”
Walter Scott; The Abbot; Longman; 1820.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:A few cobras in your home will soon clear it of rats and mice. Of course, you will still have the cobras. -Will Cuppy, journalist (23 Aug 1884-1949)