Um, can you say it's English then say it's French for something? Anyway, here is our standard welcome.
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Hi there again. Sorry, what I meant to say was that if it has a ==English== header then you can't say (in that section) that it's French - you can say that it has French etymology. I was probably nitpicking, but I was in a bad mood at the time. I have simplified your definition but, if I have gone too far you are welcome to expand it a little. Cheers SemperBlotto 18:02, 17 January 2006 (UTC)