Where did the term ‘evil’ come from
Evil was the word the Anglo-Saxons used where we would use bad, cruel, unskillful, defective, or harm, crime, misfortune, disease. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/where-did-the-term-%27evil%27-come-from ]
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- Where did the term “Evil Empire” describing the New Yor…?
- I could be wrong but i think the term “evil empire” was coined by Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe.
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- People have other beliefs? Holy crap – now you tell me? *thud* PS The guy above me has a really long answer. What are we, interested?
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- Q: I was wondering where did the expression evil panda come from. I have not heard of an evil squirrel or an evil bear to the extent that ‘evil panda’ is popular. is it just me, or is it a popular expression, and does anyone know where it originated and if it is as unique (in terms of a specific animal being evil) as I think it is, what is it about the panda that invites evil next to its name? is it just the juxtapostion between how cute it is supposed to be and how strange the word ‘evil’ sounds next to it. would the expression ‘kind vulture’ be just as strange- the kind but misunderstood vulture. sort of like the misundestood big bad wolf when he tells his version in red little riding hood. and wicked (the story of the misunderstood witch from oz)… ok, nevermind- that last paragraph was just an aside, but can anyone answer the orginial question?
- A: Red Panda, Ursa Major the Great Bear constellation. What you call in USA the Big Dipper. A fierce wolverine.