The word “y’all” dates back to 1631.
A mash-up of two words to make a new word (such as breakfast and lunch into brunch, or motel from motor and hotel) is called a portmanteau.
In the 16th century, poets exchanged rap battle-like stylized insults in an act called “flyting.”
The punctuation mark ?! is called an interrobang.
A “jiffy” is an actual unit of time.
The glow around the moon is called a “broch.”
The space between your eyebrows is called the glabella.
The word “muscle” comes from a Latin term meaning “little mouse.”
The word aquarium means “watering place for cattle” in Latin
There are 24 different dialects of English in the US.