Cul-de-sac that is.

We bought a new (to us) house last week.

On a cul-de-sac.

The attachlings asked me what this funny word, cul-de-sac, means anyway….

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Definition of CUL-DE-SAC

1: a blind diverticulum or pouch
2: a street or passage closed at one end
3: blind alley

Origin of CUL-DE-SAC

French, literally, bottom of the bag

First Known Use: 1738

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So….we’re living at the bottom of the bag. 😉
Hmmmmm, yeah, cul-de-sac sounds much fancier. 😀
Posts and pix of this new adventure to come — too busy unpacking for now.
peace,
Mary
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