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Dutch
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the people of the Netherlands (including Holland); or relating to them (including the name of their language)
  • Each tide has enriched American English with new words and expressions: From the Dutch, who owned New York before the British bought Manhattan, came blunderbuss, scow, sleigh, stoop, span, coleslaw, boss, bedspread, cookie, waffle, dunderhead, Santa Claus, and Yankee.
    five — Hispanic Immigration: Reconquest or Assimilation? (16% in)

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