Some articles on word derived, derived:
... Tram is a British word derived from Low German traam, meaning the "beam (of a wheelbarrow)" ... England for a coal cart running on rails, although some sources claim (inaccurately) that it was derived from the name of engineer Benjamin Outram ... Streetcar is an American word derived from "street" + "car", where "car" is used in the sense of a vehicle running on rails, i.e ...
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“The sceptics assert, though absurdly, that the origin of all religious worship was derived from the utility of inanimate objects, as the sun and moon, to the support and well-being of mankind.”
—David Hume (17111776)
“Tax avoidance means that you hire a $250,000-fee lawyer, and he changes the word evasion into the word avoidance.”
—Franklin D. Roosevelt (18821945)