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Anna McKeon
Where Beautiful Started
In principio
creavit Deus
cælum et
terram.
Trans: In the Beginning, God created heaven and the earth
The Powers that be
Let there be light
Fight the good fight
The signs of the times
Eat, drink and be merry
My brother’s kee...
or
Made up to translate Hebrew azael – goat that departs
JEHOVAH
Anglicized form of the classical Hebrew Yahweh
Passover
Made...
Newly combined beauty + Germanic -ful (“full of”)
- rather than the more common ‘belle’ or ‘fair’
AtonementAt-one-ment to ...
thr iz no rite or wrng lingo, any mr
thn thr iz rite or wrng in n8tur s’all bout
restless + continuous chng evlutn variati...
lovache
wrdz
Anna McKeon
Thank You!
Anna McKeon: Where Beautiful Started
Anna McKeon: Where Beautiful Started
Anna McKeon: Where Beautiful Started
Anna McKeon: Where Beautiful Started
Anna McKeon: Where Beautiful Started
Anna McKeon: Where Beautiful Started
Anna McKeon: Where Beautiful Started
Anna McKeon: Where Beautiful Started
Anna McKeon: Where Beautiful Started
Anna McKeon: Where Beautiful Started
Anna McKeon: Where Beautiful Started
Anna McKeon: Where Beautiful Started
Anna McKeon: Where Beautiful Started
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Anna McKeon: Where Beautiful Started

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Anna McKeon discusses the evolution of the English language as influenced by William Tyndale, who translated the Bible to English and invented many of the words we use today along the way.

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Anna McKeon: Where Beautiful Started

  1. 1. Anna McKeon Where Beautiful Started
  2. 2. In principio creavit Deus cælum et terram. Trans: In the Beginning, God created heaven and the earth
  3. 3. The Powers that be Let there be light Fight the good fight The signs of the times Eat, drink and be merry My brother’s keeper Ye of little faith
  4. 4. or
  5. 5. Made up to translate Hebrew azael – goat that departs JEHOVAH Anglicized form of the classical Hebrew Yahweh Passover Made up rather than just using pesach Scapegoat
  6. 6. Newly combined beauty + Germanic -ful (“full of”) - rather than the more common ‘belle’ or ‘fair’ AtonementAt-one-ment to translate the Hebrew root behind Kippur (K-P-R) Beautiful
  7. 7. thr iz no rite or wrng lingo, any mr thn thr iz rite or wrng in n8tur s’all bout restless + continuous chng evlutn variation S’naked obv + rite that r lingo hz evolvd + wll continue to evolv wrdz r free
  8. 8. lovache
  9. 9. wrdz
  10. 10. Anna McKeon Thank You!

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