In the United States, there have been several controversies concerning the word
"niggardly", an ... Both negro and noir (and therefore also nègre and nigger)
ultimately come from nigr...
<my so-called best friend promised to help me move, only to renege come
Saturday morning> ... The Latin word negāre, meaning “to deny” or “to say no,”
and its form negātus give us the root neg. .... What to Call That Weird Thing Your
Jun 2, 2009 ... Almost all comments are approved (spam and personal abuse being the primary
exceptions), but approval of a comment does not ... Renege. A thousand times no
. Dear Word Detective: All through my ... As I said, “renege” is built from Latin
roots, the prefix “re” plus the verb .... How Come? has the answers!
Random Word ... the correct definition is for RENEGING, as in to re-negotiate a
deal, or back out. there is no definition for that incorrect spelling, because it's
racist and used incorrectly to imply it's something a black person always does,
To fail to carry out a promise or commitment: reneged on the contract at the last
minute. 2. Games ... 1. to go back on one's word: He has reneged on his promise.
It comes to us by way of the French, from the Middle Latin word renegare, which
in ... What is the word origin for the word influence? ... What does renege mean?
Oct 24, 2013 ... Over time, word origins are forgotten, and words and phrases that were ... did not
ORIGINATE as a racist phrase, but rather evolved into one.
Jan 11, 2005 ... No, this word does not have racist origins! It is spelled reneg or renegue. We
come across the former spelling in the U.S. and the latter is British.
Mar 22, 2012 ... “According to the dictionary [the N word] does not mean black. ... Mrs. Smith said
customers come from all over the world. ... The word is 'Re-nig' is clearly a racist
take on the real word- 'renege' which means to go back on a ...
... down Natives but the Europeans who settled in America and reneged on the
promises ... "Gypped" is arguably the most commonly used racist term in
existence today. ... said they 'jewed' somebody if they did an underhand business
transaction. ... that there's “scholarly consensus” that the word originated as a “