Welcome to our blog where diverse interests and captivating subjects come together! Step into the merging point of languages, art, history, geography, maps, and yes, even mops (yes, you heard that correctly!). Allow us to present the various categories to you:

Etymologeo: Embark on a journey to map the border regions where etymolo-gy & geo-graphy meet, exploring the origins and extension of random terms that intrigue us.

Cultural mapping: Uncovering the disparities that arise when translating names or titles across different cultures, languages, and societies. Because globalization is not as global as we imagine.

Emojish: Decode the secret language of emojis as we map out their myriad meanings and uncover the fascinating stories behind these expressive symbols.

El Atlas: Discover the rich geographic diversity found within the Spanish vocabulary, unlocking hidden treasures of words and their regional variations.

Linguistics: Immerse yourself in the captivating world of language, as we delve into a variety of linguistic topics that unravel the intricacies and wonders of human communication.

Health crisis: Etymology maps that shed light on the origins of terms related to health, providing valuable insights into the terms we use to talk about well-being.


Join us on this exciting intellectual journey as we unravel the mysteries of language, culture, history, and more. Get ready to expand your horizons and discover new perspectives. Let the exploration begin!

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  1. Thank you for all the maps!
    Here’s an idea for another one:
    The three – not two (!) – origins for “tea”.

  2. Lennert De Backer

    Is there any way to support you guys with translations or ideas/suggestions?

    1. Yes, of course. You can use the comments or a message in instangram.

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