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A WORD IN THE HAND: DAVKA

Let’s argue Semitics: this word never means what you expect

A column to satisfy your inner grammar nerd

In this world of absolute certainties (setting aside the Omicron variant’s effects, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle and a couple of other things), it is a rare and wonderful occasion when one stumbles across a word of uncertain meaning.

Davka is one of those words...

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