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Choose the Right Synonym for authentic authentic, genuine, bona fide mean being actually and exactly what is claimed authentic implies being fully trustworthy as according with fact an authentic account of the perilous journey ; it can also stress painstaking or faithful imitation of an original an authentic reproduction authentic Vietnamese cuisine genuine implies actual character not
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The English word ghost continues Old English gāst, from Proto-Germanic *gaistaz It is common to West Germanic, but lacking in North Germanic and East Germanic (the equivalent word in Gothic is ahma, Old Norse has andi m , önd f ) The prior Proto-Indo-European form was *ǵʰéysd-os, from the root *ǵʰéysd-denoting "fury, anger" reflected in Old Norse geisa "to rage"