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I think there's barbecue too, from old french barbaque=viande (meat).
From North American Football: Run and Gun, Hurry-up offense
Similar in spirit/tone, I'm sure, to what the officers said during The Great War to get the men up, over & out of the trenches in France. Well, then, their is that whole 'Geronimo' thing.
It's common for bilingual people to feel that different languages put them in a different 'emotional register', or even change their personality. This article from The Economist summarises: It’s an exciting notion, the idea that one’s very self could be broadened by the mastery of two or more languages. In obvious ways (exposure to new friends, ...
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