Wheat is etymologically the ‘white’ grain. The word comes from prehistoric Germanic *khvaitjaz (source also of German weizen, Dutch weit, Swedish hvete, and Danish hvede), which was derived from a variant of the base *khwīt-, source of English white. It alludes to the ‘white’ flour produced by grinding the grain.
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Ummm, sorry, but, where do I add the link?!ReplyDelete
I'm so sorry! I had the right date but the wrong time for the inlinkz. It is fixed now!ReplyDelete
Ah, I managed it, thanks. Please ignore my first comment.ReplyDelete
And - thanks for the prompt this week. Participating after a long, long time. Can't wait to read other's take on this!
Have a great weekend, all.
Enjoy your day Sandy !ReplyDelete
Greetings from france,
Sorry, could not write and post anything sooner even though I'm the instigator of this prompt :(ReplyDelete