Date: Sun, 31 Aug 1997 22:59:31 EDT
From: DMC Rogers rogers22[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]JUNO.COM
Subject: Re: ...razzi/Buck House
Speaking of words used in the discussions of Princess Diana's death, I
noticed several people calling Buckingham Palace "Buck House." Does
anybody know anything about the origins of that or earlier uses?
On Sun, 31 Aug 1997 00:58:35 -0400 "Barry A. Popik" Bapopik[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]AOL.COM
Princess Diana is dead. I can't believe it.
David Shulman told me about his research into "paparazzi" (and
"paparazzo"). The Barnhart Dictionary of Etymology is correct:
PAPARAZZO n., pl. PAPARAZZI, aggressive photographer who pursues
1961, American English, borrowing of Italian _paparazzo_, in allusion
surname of a free-lance photographer in the Italian motion picture _La