Judith Hanlon sent me an interesting question last month: “Is it “catalpa or “catawba”? I’ve heard both, and seen both in print (gardening or fishing references), but “catawba” isn’t in any dictionary. Should it be?”
Go to the Language Blog to see how I responded.
You have letters - now what do you do with them?
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I was about to reply without reading the linked article. It says what I would have said, only in more detail. The two words are different things.
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