This phrase comes from the stone "jet." Jet is a black stone used in jewelery, so "jet-black" refers to the color of the stone Middle English, from Anglo-Norman geet, from Latin gagts, from Greek, after Gagas, a town of Lycia.]adj.
Made of or resembling a dense, black, highly polished coal.
Black as coal; jet-black: jet hair. Above taken from Dictionary.com Viper1
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The term greasers come from their greasy hair
The term "Come from Away" refers to people who are 'outsiders'. That come from out side of the province.
Where does the term parky come from?
Unfortunately, the term Physician Surgeon does not exist. Therefore, this term is yet to come about, but it most likely never will come about as it doesn't make sense.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'come' is Itsa.
The term synapse is the site where two nerves come together.
Para come from the Greek term Equel to.
What is the term of aeroplanes? And what country was it, originally come from?
The term "Hench", comes from the words Big and Bulky
the term cheerleader came from leading a cheer with the crowd
the root meaning of the term buddha comes from
The MLB was officially founded using the term MLB in 1920.
The term Frankenweenie is derived from Mary Shelley's book Frankenstein .
The term "senate" comes from the ancient government of Rome.
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